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ofessing to be Captain of company F, 15th Louisiana regiment, and John Dwyer, were brought to the bar and required to answer for swindling a vnd Taliaferro, undertook very kindly to put him through all right. Dwyer was procured as a substitute, and agreed to serve for $1,200, and wrs, "Captain" Murphy appeared and announced his readiness to accept Dwyer into his company. Certain papers were made out by the obliging "Captain," Dwyer received the $1,080, and the anxious searcher after a substitute left them waiting for him to return with the balance of the mGholson hurried back to try and recover his funds. He did not find Dwyer or Murphy till next day, and then succeeded only by the aid of an officer Gholson got $400 of his money from a man with whom Dwyer had deposited it, and $100 from "a lady" with whom he had left it. The balancrmer, they would be held for trial for grand larceny. If, however, Dwyer performed his agreement according to law, the case would terminate.