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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
t. A. A. Lyon, Surg. 19th and 48th Miss. Reg'ts. Wm. F. Schwing, Capt. Co. D, 19th Miss. Regiment. W. J. Wall, Capt. Co. H, 19th Miss. Regiment. D. Bowen, Capt. Co. I, 19th Miss. Regiment. J. P. Rogers, Capt. Co. L, 48th Miss. Regiment. B. F. McClellan, Capt. Co. F, 48th Miss. Regiment. N. S. Walker, Capt. Co. E, 48th Miss. Regiment. J. J. Brett, Capt. Co. D, 48th Miss. Regiment. John B. Ginn, Ass't Surg. 16th Miss. Regiment. T. G. Clarke, Ass't Surg. 12th Miss. Regiment. George Bennett, 1st Lt. Co. G, 48th Miss. Regiment. F. H. Duquercron, 1st Lt. Co. L, 48th Miss. Regiment. P. G. Felters, 1st Lt. Co. K, 16th Miss. Regiment. W. S. Agnew, 1st Lt. Co. K, 19th Miss. Regiment. J. J. Cox, 1st Lt. and Ensign 19th Miss. Regiment. H. Jay Wilkins, 1st Lt. Co. I, 48th Miss. Regiment. J. R. Green, 1st Lt. Co. A, 48th Miss. Regiment. P. A. Walker, 2d Lt. Co. B, 16th Miss. Regiment. Chas. J. Lewis, 2d Lt. Co. I, 48th Miss. Regiment. W. L. Stephen, 2d Lt.
Tragedy at Fort Smith. Ark. Fort Smith, Feb. 15> --A terrible tragedy occurred in this city last night. A party of five overland mail and Little Rock coach drivers entered the grocery of a German, named Hagge, and commenced quarrelling; pistols were drawn on both sides. The bar-keeper, named Butcher, was shot through the heart, and died instantly; Hagge received a shot in the forehead, and died at 8 o'clock this morning. Three of the drivers, George Bennett, Matt Ellis, and Pony Farmer, are under arrest, and guarded by a company of military. The other two escaped. Intense excitement exists among the citizens. The prisoners are now undergoing an examination before the Mayor. They will undoubtedly be hanged to-day. Fort Smith, Feb. 16.--As the trial of the prisoners for the murder of Hagge and Butcher was drawing to a close yesterday, a mob entered the Justice's office and demanded the prisoners for the purpose of lynching them --One of the prisoners, named Pony
. Not a particle of evidence was adduced against the accused, and he was thereupon discharged. The case of Maria, slave of Lee Binford, charged with stealing a lot of molasses, fish, flour, preserves, lard and salt, valued at two thousand dollars, stolen from Thomas G. Turner, was continued. The goods were delivered to Mr. Turner, his claim to the same being fully established. Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson, was charged with breaking into the house of Angelina Lawson and stealing therefrom one thousand dollars' worth of ladies' wearing apparel; but the evidence being incomplete, the accused was remanded for a further hearing. Patrick H. Ryan was held to security in the sum of three hundred dollars on the charge of shooting at, with intent to kill; Ellen Ryan. Twenty dollars' fine was imposed upon. George Bennett for trading with a slave of General Richardson without the written consent of the owner. Minor negro cases concluded the proceedings of the court.