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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
C. Ivey, F. W. Lindsay, W. C. Martin, M. Mallory, Wm. Stearer, D. Thompson, W. S. Varner, J. W. Williams, J. L. Watson. Co. C. Sergeant R. J. Hatcher, James S. Slaughter, James Meighan, George E. Pegram, H. B. Guinn, James Cooper, Mark Wilkerson, Corporal J. L. Guinn, Private John D. Bradley, George Caldwell, J. M. Dake, J. M. Harvey, Wm. Hellen, J. W. Killingsworth, R. O. Maddox, J. M. Morris, Private Robert McEwen, Isham Walker, Taylor Walker, Robert English, James C. Garrett, Wm. R. Hopkins, J. D. Malone, James N. Marshall, A. P. Meadows, L. T. Meador, John Sheppard, Micajah Stone, Franklin Sherrill, J. A. Walder, Wm. H. Wicks. Co. D. Mus'n Chas. Tate, Private John Crowder, Private W. R. Grant, J. I. Rush. Co. E. Sergeant H. A. Burgoyne, J. F. Gilham, Private M. Gilday, M. Kinnard, Sergeant W. C. Dimmock, Corporal W. Bradley, Private W. J. Bennett, H. H. Butler, T. J. Cheshire, J. R. Driscole, W. J
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Loss of Southern trade by the Northwest. (search)
r examination before the Hustings Court. He is the same youth who last fall, served a term in jail for stealing a lot of sora from a market wagon. Richard Morris, charged with stealing a pocket-book and $10 in money from Peyton Johnston & Bro. Jos. W. Johnston stated that it had been ascertained since the arrest that three $5 notes on the Farmers' Bank of Charleston were taken from the cash drawer, in addition to the $10 mentioned in the warrant, thus making it a charge of felony. Robert English deposed that he saw the prisoner and another young man looking in at the window of the store, and that "the other young man" came in; that he (witness) turned to look at Mr. Johnston, who was at the fire in the rear part of the store, and when he next saw the young man he was going out. The robbery was discovered shortly afterward, while witness remained there. He did not see Morris enter the store at all. The prisoner was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. Thomas