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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 5. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 42 (search)
A letter from the Maine Ninth regiment, at Fernandina, announces the desertion to the enemy of Albert W. Lunt, of Hampden. The villain gave information to the enemy which enabled them to capture a sergeant's guard, who were posted at a house a few miles distant. They took six of this detachment prisoners, and killed one, Anson Chase, of South-Sebec. A record should be kept of such villains, as they do in the British service, whereby if they are ever found or heard from in any part of the world at any time, they may be seized and sent home for punishment. Lunt had just served out a term in the Maine State Prison when he joined the regiment.--Boston Transcript, May 2.