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Col. John M. Harrell, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.2, Arkansas (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter
The Daily Dispatch: May 18, 1863., [Electronic resource],
-- Mr. Vallandigham and the Lincoln North. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: November 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Conscription in
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Accidental Drowning. --On Friday last, as a boat was passsing from this city to Chapin's Bluff, with passengers, Mr. George W. Bobannon, son of the late Dr. Bohannon, accidentally fell into the river and was drowned. The deceased was a member of the Fayette Artillery, and was regarded as a good soldier and true friend. He entered the service at the beginning of our troubles, and has passed through many hard-fought battles.
The Daily Dispatch: April 12, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Hustings Court of Magistrates. (search)
Hustings Court of Magistrates. --Frederick Mitter was examined on the charge of stealing a watch from David McDaniel, and sent on to the Hustings Court. Miles R Bohannon was examined on the charge of forging B. Akers's name to a check on the Farmers' Bank for $500, and the Court having heard the evidence, was acquitted. In the case of Asa Bevill, charged with stealing tin from the Confederate States, a nolle prosequi was entered, it appearing that Bevill had run off to the Yankees.
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Confederate States Congress. (search)
Judge Lyons's Court --In this Court yesterday B Akers, of Lynchburg, was examined on the charge of giving in the case of Miles R Bohannon, charged with forgery, essentially different testimony before the examining Court and before the Grand Jury. The accused was discharged, as was also Miles R Bohannon, the Grand Jury havinBohannon, the Grand Jury having on the previous day ignored the bill against him; but the Attorney for the Commonwealth gave notice that he should send before the next Grand Jury a new bill against Bohannon for forgery. Charles Gentry, charged with stealing $30 from a guest at the Linwood House, was discharged, the Grand Jury having ignored the bill againprevious day ignored the bill against him; but the Attorney for the Commonwealth gave notice that he should send before the next Grand Jury a new bill against Bohannon for forgery. Charles Gentry, charged with stealing $30 from a guest at the Linwood House, was discharged, the Grand Jury having ignored the bill against him.
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1864., [Electronic resource], Prisoners of War. (search)
Prisoners of War. Letters by flag of truce inform us that among the prisoners at the old Capitol prison, in Washington, is Captain Richard E. Frayser, of this city, an officer of the signal corps. He was captured on the 20th of June. A letter from Fort Delaware says that the following members of the Third company Richmond Howitzers are in that prison: Captain B. H. Smith Jr., Sergeant T. H. Quarles, Corporal Claiborne Hunt, Privates Breeden, Hardwicke, Hutcheson, Hutchins, Courtney, Loraine, Gambol, Bugg, Parker, Fourquerean, Porter, Thompson, Morris, Slater, Crump, Chamberlayne, De Leon, Moultry and Jones. Bohannon and W. H. Roberts are both wounded and in the Federal hospital — the former badly hurt in the leg and body and the latter slightly in the hand. All the others are doing very well and are in good health.