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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 3. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 276 (search)
A gallant feat.--A day or so since, a small squad of privates got leave of absence to see their families in Galloway County, some fifty miles from Camp General Smith. Their names are James Henderson, C. D. Gray, E. T. Manard, J. W. Parker, Henry Henderson, and T. B. Scully. They went out home, near the Tennessee line. When it was rumored they were in the neighborhood, Capt. Bourland, who had made up a regular cavalry company, and had been sworn into the Confederate service, with nine of his men, started to capture Col. Williams' men; but these brave boys being on the alert, awaited until they arrived at Henderson's house, when they surrounded the rebels and captured the whole squad, nine, the Captain included, but the Captain afterwards made his escape in the bushes. The names of those men are Capt. J. N. Bourland, James Albrittain, John Linn, Josiah Ballance, J. R. McKnight, Wm. M. Duncan, J. M. Taylor, Gilbert Hart and, Arch. Bogard. All honor to these brave boys. The re
The Daily Dispatch: June 30, 1864., [Electronic resource], Exchange of prisoners. (search)
Charged with stealing copper. --A white man named Henry Henderson, an employee at the Confederate States Arsenal, was arrested yesterday on the charge of stealing a large lot of copper cups, used in closing up the vents to shells, belonging to the Confederate Government. The facts in the case will be developed before the Mayor this morning.