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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Prison items. --The following parties were committed to the military prison of the Eastern District yesterday: Henry Mason, company G, 7th La. Regiment, forged subsistence papers (Prisoner came from Lynchburg, and passed under the alias of M. P. Murray.) George F. Appleby, forged subsistence papers, in his own name; D. W. Hutchins, alias Pat. Murry, company E, 6th La., forged papers; Jas Howard, deserter from Woolfolk's artillery; Jackson Crawford, deserter from company A, 121st Regiment Va. Militia; Mike Magraw, member of Rodgers's cavalry, for refusing to do duty; John Daily, member of the same, for drunkenness; Milton Dewey, Chas. Anderson, and John Williams, sailors, for drunkenness.
ed in Castle Thunder yesterday: John Welsh, Rodgers's cavalry, desertion; Geo Nolan, of the steamer Richmond for confinement on bread and water; Julia Thomas, Ann D Fletcher, and Martha A Thomas, arrested at West Point as suspicious characters; Jas Howard, Woolfolk's artillery, A Newberry, co C, 57th Va reg't, and Samuel Sprouse, of Capt Jordan's company, for trial by Court-Martial; Wm B Foskey, co K, 49th Ga, J B Terrell, co B, 5th S C reg't, Wm B Bradley, co G, 16th N C reg't, for being absent. 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 ou