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The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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h, 1st Lieut John T Daniels, 2d Lieut Jas Belote, 1st Orderly Sergeant Wm Hodges, 2d Orderly Sergeant Robt Kewen. Company D.--Capt Samuel Frost, 1st Lieut Geo P Kueller, 2d Lieut Thos P Crowell, 1st Orderly Sergeant D C Crowell, 2d Orderly Sergeant Edward C Doming, Quartermaster Edward M Keer, Surgeon Doctor D W Tod. Assistant Surgeon Doctor Z Sykes. James Green, Esq., was unanimously elected Major. This was an excellent choice, as were all the rest. Mr. Green is grandson of Geo. Nathaniel Green, of Revolutionary fame. Dr. Tod is brother of Governor Tod, of Ohio; Dr. Sykee first cousin of General Sykee, of the United States Army; so you see patriotism is well represented in this little group. The meeting adjourned over to Monday next, at 4 P. M., same place, in order to join in the celebration of this glorious day, the Fourth of July. The procession is just passing the Hall, preceded by the splendid band from Fortress Monroe, followed by a large platform on six wheels. be
Going North for in Green. Backs. --In Mobile last week Vicksburg soldier went into Mr. Simon's clothing store, on Dauphin street, to purchase a The clerk — a man named Mark --attended on him and commenced to exhibit his goods. During the conversation Woal asked him if he had some greenbacks, and was answered in the affirmative. The soldier selected a shirt and inquired the price. He was told that he could have it for $25 in Confederate money or $2.50 in greenbacks. The soldier paid him with the latters, and immediately afterwards reported the case to Major Denis, the Provost Marshal, who his arrest. The Advertiser says: Wohl was afterwards taken out on a writ of habeas corpus. Gen. of the action, dispatched officer with instructions to rearrest him and to send him to Atlanta, and from there, we learn, he will be taken to Richmond to be some across the lines. He was put on board the steamer Mary Wileba. which left at half- past 1 o'clock--Wohl made this ceremo