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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ern, captured near that place, were also brought in; also, twenty-three deserters from the Camp of Instruction, near Raleigh, N. Carolina. Among the number was Wm. Ashley, of Co. F. 69th N. C., who had deserted three times. J. Upchurch. of Captain Persley's Company, Va. State Line, Col. Mennifee's Regiment, was sent in as a deserter, having reached North Carolina in his wanderings. Henry Land was put in by order of Lieut-Col. Howard, for joining in and instigating a mutiny at a battery near this city. Richard Roberts, Dan Hogan, Barry Lathian, and Wm. Thompson, soldiers, were put in by order of Major Criswold, Provost Marshal, as was also M. Sterne, a deserter from our army since September. Sterne, after running away from the army got out Prussian papers under an assumed name. Thos Kinney, a boy belonging to Co. A, 7th N. C., and Joseph Dailey, Co F 15th La, were put in last night for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and Anthony Ryan, of the steamer Richmond, as a deserter.