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Company B. --The Government employees in the different Departments have shown a commendable spirit in promptly enrolling themselves into military organizations to aid in expelling the invaders from our soil. Company B, of the Richmond Arsenal battalion, was organized last week by the election of the following officers; Robert Boyce, Captain; Francis P. Gianini, 1st Lieutenant; George C. Cornick, 2d Lieutenant; Poter P. Mason, 3d Lieutenant and James T. Butler, Orderly Sergeant. Nearly all of the men employed in the Government workshops including many clerks and others in the War, Navy, State, and Treasury Departments, have formed companies for the defence of the Confederate States Capital, and will, in themselves, form no inconsiderable barrier to the easy access of Lincoln's myrmidons into Richmond, should they ever get so far down South.
In for a benefit. --George Turner, a young man, charged with stealing one coat, one watch, two breastpins, and one gold key, of Robert Boyce, was before the Mayor yesterday for examination. The evidence was so conclusive against the accused that he was remanded for a further hearing before a called Court to be held next Saturday.
The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], The victory at Philadelphia, Tenn.--further particulars. (search)
Called Court. --An examining Court of Magistrates was held at the City Hall on Saturday last to hear the charge against George Turner of stealing one coat, one watch, and other articles, valued at $175, of Robert Boyce, on the 14th of August last.--On hearing the evidence the Court remanded the accused for trial before Judge Lyons, and refused him bail.
Stealing clothing. --George Turner, indicted by the Grand Jury for stealing clothing of Robert Boyce, was tried yesterday before Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court, found guilty of petty larceny, and sent to the city jail for one year.