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The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ange of Prisoners, sent McCutchin to Richmond, to the military prison for safe-keeping. The following were placed in Castle Thunder yesterday: Marcus Dabs, comply K., 18th Louisiana for persuading men to desert to the enemy; two deserters from the Abolition army, and John Fitzpatrick, of company A, 10th Virginia cavalry, condemned to wear a ball and chain for six months for desertion. Three hundred and eighteen Yankees, civilians and soldiers, were sent off yesterday morning from this city via flag of truce to City Point. A boiler explosion took place on Friday last at the saw mill of Mr. P. N. Graham, in Louisa co., by which the fireman, a negro, and a Mr. Thomason, who was running the saw, were instantly killed. The roof of the building was blown off and the timber lying about was scattered by the force of the explosion. The accident is supposed to have been caused by the carelessness of the negro fireman in not keeping a sufficient quantity of water in the boiler.