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The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], To Graduates and Ex-Cadets of the Va. Military Institute. (search)
y proceeded to the North Point House and took the party into custody. The following is a list of the names of those arrested:--Thomas Shields, Wm. McKewen, B. F. McAnly, Geo. Thompson, John Wilkins, Wm. Ellis, James Harkin, Patrick Croughen, James Campbell, David H. Luchosi, Alex. O'Connor, Fred. Salenbach, Patrick Conary, Geo. A. Appleton, Chas. Powers, David Summers, Michael J. Grady, John L. Boulden, Geo. Summers, and Thomas Daily. The following persons were arrested yesterday: Samuel Davidson, Robert C. Ward and George Gosnell on the same charge. They were all taken to the Central Police Station, where they were confined. It is understood that they will be sent to Fort McHenry. The vice-police also took possession of four horses, three wagons, two bolts of blue cloth, one uniform, a pistol, and a Confederate flag, all of which were confiscated by order of the Government. The schooner, which it is supposed was to carry them off left the city on Saturday evening, and yeste
Casualties in 24th regiment. The following is a list of casualties in Company C. 24th Va. regiment, in the engagement near Williamsburg on Monday last, the instant, as furnished us by 2nd Lieutenant Sutherland. Killed--Captain William R. Jennings, 1st Sergeant Ellis Hule; Privates C. C. Burks, Henry L. Briggs, Samuel Davidson, John , and S P emanes. Wounded--Lieutenant Shockley, Corporal J F Duncan, privates S G Buley, James W Bell, M Briggs, J M Childers, C H Claud, William, Cambs, James Davidson, C H Edwards, No. an Farmer, William Franklin, Joseph F Givene, Daniel M Huraid, William R Ricks, J M Mellon, Sidney C. Mooney, Zion Nester, Thomas Philips, H Rickman, William E. Stricklin, James O Sumner, Dillan Sutherland, Carrad. Williams, and White. Missing--Privates Washington Claud, Solomon Hornsun, Ballard Marshall, Greenville Thompson, and William T Utt. All the dead and those badly wounded were left upon the field. A portion of those reported wounded