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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 31 (search)
The Daily Dispatch: may 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], From the
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Sent to jail. --Jas. Early, on failure to give security for his good behavior, was sent to jail yesterday by the Recorder. James has been taken by the watchmen in an inebriated condition.--B. W. Bernard, arrested on Sunday as a suspicious person, was sent to jail for further examination.--Hugh McMeen, for breaking Thomas M. Granger's window, and otherwise conducting himself in a disorderly manner, was committed in default of $200 surety for his future good behavior.
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ranaway--
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[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch]Incendiarism in Carroll county. Hillsville,Carroll, Co, Va, Dec. 21 Last night, about one o'clock, fire was discovered in a law office adjoining a block of storehouses; and the man who fired the house was seen to run from there by the time the alarm was given. The fire had got under such headway that it could not be stopped. Messrs J. B. Johnson's, James Early's, and C. G. Elliott's storehouses, were laid in ashes. The contents were mostly saved. Had it not been for the masterly exertions of the citizens half of our village would have been consumed. We think the villain has been arrested-a man by the name of Stitwell, a native of this county, but for the last four years he has been in Ohio. His trial has not come off yet. F