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The Daily Dispatch: September 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Conduct of a Federal soldier in his own country. (search)
erable character of a Federal soldier in a "foreign land"--as the South now is to the Northern despotism. We subjoin an item from the police report of one of our Washington files, which will give an idea of what some of them are at home: Dangel Boyle, a soldier who refused to give the name or number of his regiment, and who was greatly intoxicated, was arrested yesterday by officer Hapton, of the Metropolitan police, upon a charge of making an aggravated assault upon the person of Mrs. Patfilled with money on the floor, and making proposition of the most indecent character to Mrs. T., at the same time advancing towards her, she retreating into the back part of the house, where she gave the alarm, and he was arrested as above. Boyle was taken to the office of Justice Johnson, where he behaved in the most indecent manner in the presence of several females, so much so as to cause the justice to send him to jail on the new charge, even if the original one was not sustained. Af