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wo horses shot by order Dr. Benson, Vet. Surgeon. Q. M. Sergeant William G. Rollins discharged from the service per S. O. No. 57 War Dept. Mustered into the U. S. service as a Second Lieutenant Tenth Mass. Battery, March 3rd, 1864. F. Mins and Edwards (?) reported to quarters. Received notice of discharge of Joseph A. Hooper, dropped from the rolls. March 6. Serg't Townsend reported to quarters. Privates Schwartz, Thompson, Thresher and Edwards reported for duty. March 7. Private Wm.Edwards reported for duty. March 7. Private Wm. H. Fitzpatrick appointed Q. M. Serg't March 3, 1864. Privates Jos. Sheridan, M. Campbell, Judson Stevens, and Chas. Thompson reported to quarters. Artificer D. R. Stowell on furlough of 10 days. March 8. Privates Jos. Sheridan, F. Mins, and A. E. Wright reported to duty. Wm. Rawson and Geo. W. Stetson reported to quarters. One mule received from Capt. E. J. Strong, A. G. March 9. Lieut. Wm. G. Rollins went to Boston, Mass., on 10 days leave. Serg't Geo. M. Townsend and Private Rawso
P. M. Dec. 10. Notice received of transfer to general hospital of Corp. G. A. Pease, and Private H. B. Oliver. Private J. Edwards sick in quarters. Right and Centre Sections returned. Pieces of Right Section placed in Fort Emory at 4 P. M. Dec. 11. Privates Jos. Edwards and J. L. W. Thayer reported to quarters. Dec. 13. Private Jos. Edwards sent to brigade hospital. Privates J. T. Goodwin, C. E. Prince, Thomas Ellworth returned to duty from general hospital. Dec. 14. Privates JPrivate Jos. Edwards sent to brigade hospital. Privates J. T. Goodwin, C. E. Prince, Thomas Ellworth returned to duty from general hospital. Dec. 14. Privates J. L. W. Thayer and Henry Orcutt reported to quarters. Private A. C. Billings returned to duty from general hospital. Monthly inspection by Lieut. Clark A. I. G. Art'y Brigade. Dec. 15. One horse died—Stoppage. Thirteen (13) horses turned over t M. Pierce reported to quarters Dec. 25. Privates F. A. Cook and M. M. Pierce reported to quarters. Dec. 26. Private Jos. Edwards returned to light duty from brigade hospital. Private Pierce reported to quarters. Corp. A. F. Richardson (?) ab
of service. Dixon, George M.,25Boston,Sept. 9, 1862,Jan. 21, 1863, disability. Donnelly, William G.,20S. Boston,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Dwight, James,28Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Edwards, Joseph,21Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Edwards, William,28Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Ellsworth, James,44Boston,Jan. 29, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Ellsworth,Edwards, William,28Charlestown,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Ellsworth, James,44Boston,Jan. 29, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Ellsworth, Thomas,21Marblehead,Sept. 9, 1862,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Endicott, William E.,20Canton,Sept. 9, 1862,Prisoner Aug. 25, 1864. June 9, 1865. exp. of service. Ewell, Henry L.,20Cambridge,Jan. 4, 1864,Wounded Aug. 25, 1864. D. Nov. 2, 1864, Wash'ton, D. C. Fales, Edward A.,23Barre,Dec. 28, 1863,June 9, 1865, expiration of service. Farrell, Michael,25Canton,Sept. 8, 1864,July 3, 1865, expiration of service. Fay, Asa W.,25Barre,Jan. 4, 1864,June 9, 1865, expiration of service.
ckDec. 10, 1901 Doe, Charles W.Oct. 17, 1888 Day, Lieut. George H.Sept. 6, 1907 Devereaux, George N.Aug. 27, 1864 Dixon, George M.Jan. 7, 1864 Donnelly, William G.Dec. 29, 1872 Damrell, Edwin F.June 25, 1904 Ewell, Henry L.Nov. 2, 1864 Edwards, JosephJan. 11, 1876 Edwards, WilliamDec. 27, 1872 Ellsworth, JamesJan. 9, 1877 Ellsworth, ThomasSept. 7, 1903 Estabrook, Luther L.Dec. 8, 1893 Endicott, William E.June 2, 1903 Estee, Francis M.May 22, 1906 French, John W.April 3, 1868Edwards, WilliamDec. 27, 1872 Ellsworth, JamesJan. 9, 1877 Ellsworth, ThomasSept. 7, 1903 Estabrook, Luther L.Dec. 8, 1893 Endicott, William E.June 2, 1903 Estee, Francis M.May 22, 1906 French, John W.April 3, 1868 Friend, Ellis A.Nov.—, 1879 Floytrop, Emil C.Feb. 1, 1873 Foley, PatrickMay 1, 1873 Frost, John C.Oct. 15, 1871 Farrell, MichaelNov. 6, 1893 Follett, Algernon P.——, 1893 Granger, Lieut. Col. Henry H.Oct. 31, 1864 Gould, ChandlerOct. 5, 1864 Gould, George F.Mar. 24, 1889 Green, Charles W.Jan. 13, 1865 Goodwin, John T.Nov. 29, 1880 Gallagher, James—— Gowell, Asa L.Dec.—, 1902 Holbrook, Alexander W.Aug. 16, 1864 Harrington, Serg't Otis N.July 30, 1863 Hanson, Samuel A.May
, 401, 402. Deane, Lieut. Sixth Me. Artillery, 365, 375. Deep Bottom, 295, 297, 326. De Trobriand, Gen., 160, 358, 373, 374. Devens, Gen., Chas., 200, 201, 202. Devereaux, Geo. N., 242, 303, 304, 305, 324, 338, 348. Devine, Timothy, 405, 406. Dixon, Geo. M., 47, 80. Dictator, Mortar, 298. Dillingham, Capt., 65. Doe, Chas. W., 31, 151, 208, 406, 407. Donnelly, Win. G., 87, 184. Drewry's Bluff, 297. Dwight, James, 47, 80, 201, 205, 207, 407, 409. E. Early, Gen., 293. Edwards, Joseph, 401, 402. Edwards, William, 80. Egan, Gen., 246, 357, 361, 364, 371, 373, 374. Elder, Lieut. M., 23, 24, 28. Ellsworth, Capt., 404, 405, 406. Ellsworth, James, 208, 209. Ellsworth, Thomas, 117, 147, 183, 199, 302, 401, 403, 441. Elliot Salient, 342, 396. Endicott, Win. E., 83, 96, 198, 253, 316, 325, 326, 339, 348, 397, 398. Estabrook, L. L., 198, 400. Estee, Frank M., 116, 398, 400, 440, 441. Ewell, Henry L., 200, 204, 209, 325, 339, 348, 400. Ewell, Gen. R. S., 111, 143
Judge Lyon's Court. --This Court commenced its fall term yesterday morning.--Nothing was done further than arranging business for future transaction. This morning the following cases, which have been returned indicted by the Grand Jury, will be called up: Matthew O'Neale, feloniously stealing one hundred and fifty pounds of lard, valued at $200, and forty pounds of candles, worth $100, belonging to John Ahern. Patrick O'Brien, assaulting Henry Tern and stealing one silver watch valued at $50 and one pair of shoes worth $35. John Welsh, feloniously stealing, on the 14th day of June, 1863, one horse valued at $200 from Chas. P. Word. Richard Costello, feloniously stealing a gold watch and chain from Gen. Joseph Edwards, while stepping at the American Hotel. Wm. Hinchman, feloniously assaulting, on the 23d of August, Patrick H. Redford, and stealing from him $80 in C. S. notes.
Judge Lyonx's Court. --The following cases were disposed of yesterday in Judge Lyons's Court: Richard Costello, charged with stealing a watch from Gen. Joseph Edwards, at the American Hotel, plead guilty, and his punishment was assessed at one year in the Penitentiary. The jury recommended the prisoner to the mercy of the Governor. Patrick O'Brien, for stealing a silver watch and pair of shoes from Henry Tern, was put upon trial, and after examination of witnesses and argument of counsel, was submitted to the jury, who, after a few moments' absence returned with a verdict of guilty, and O'Brien was sent to the city Jail for twelve months. Susan Smith, a white woman, was sent to the penitentiary for one year, on the chage of stealing from Fleming Gentry a lot of clothing and jewelry of the value of $300. Lewis Harcum's case was next examined into, and after argument from counsel, was submitted to the jury, who failing to agree were discharged, and the prisone
tous manner.] Isaac A. Goddin was summoned to answer the charge of purchasing a washbowl and pitcher which had been stolen from Andrew J. Berry. Mr. Goddin is the keeper of a general variety store on Main street, and has been in the habit of purchasing second hand crockery ware, &c, to sell again. When the case was called the accused failed to appear, and it was adjourned over till this morning. Bail was required for his appearance. Four little white boys, named John Edwards, Joseph Edwards, Henry Kreagle and Philip Taylor, charged with trespassing on the premises of James C. Ellett, were committed to the poor house. Elizabeth, slave of John a farmer near Chaffin's Bluff, who was arrested by watchman E. H. Hicks on Tuesday night as a runaway, was committed till such time as her owner can be heard from. She informed the Mayor yesterday that when the Yankees commenced their fighting at Chaffin's, a few days since, the shells came so near where she was living that she b
A Baltimore rough. Norfolk, December 27. --Joseph Edwards, Baltimore rough, was shot at the Oxford Theatre this evening by a soldier whom Edwards had first discharged a pistol at. A Baltimore rough. Norfolk, December 27. --Joseph Edwards, Baltimore rough, was shot at the Oxford Theatre this evening by a soldier whom Edwards had first discharged a pistol at.