ge W. Finley for commutation of rations, amounting to $103.20. As the roll had the name of Col. Lee Roy Brown, of the 44th Va. regiment, signed to it, and as Irvine represented himself to be George W.llect $228 claimed to be due Bennett for commutation of rations.
The roll had the name of Col. Lee Roy Brown signed to it; but the order being informal, Capt. Wayt declined to pay the bill, and gave e allowed to have the order corrected; but Capt. Wayt, having his suspicious aroused, compared Col. Brown's name with the genuine signature of that officer, then on file, and discovered that the signae knew of no wrong, and that he had received the papers of Forbes.
Capt. Wayt then started to Col. Brown's office with Irvine, and on the way Irvine informed him of his reel name, stated that what hed endeavored to get him to appear as a witness against Irvine.
F. M. Bennett, a member of Col. Brown's command, testified that he knew no F. G. Bennett, that he had seen writing executed by Forbe