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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1863., [Electronic resource], From Tennessee — the evacuation of Knoxville. (search)
Attempt to pass counterfeit money. --Yesterday morning Deputy Marshal Henry Myers and detective Washington Goodrich arrested two negroes, named Johnson, (free,) and Carey, slave of Wm. S. Blackburn, of Middlesex, charged with passing counterfeit money. Johnson presented at the counter of the Confederate States Treasury DeparJohnson presented at the counter of the Confederate States Treasury Department a $100 counterfeit bill for exchange.--Goodrich was immediately sent for, and took him in custody, when the negro stated that he had received it from the negro boy Carey, at Camp Lee, to exchange for him.--Deputy-Marshal Myers was sent after Carey, and succeeded in making his arrest. The case was examined before Commissionerm a soldier in payment for a watch, and did not know it was worthless. Having some doubts, from his inability to spend it, of its genuineness, he had given it to Johnson to dispose of, if good. Johnson at once proceeded to the Treasury Department, and there learned its value, when his arrest ensued. In view of these facts, the C
age. The application of Zebulon Boon for his discharge from the military service, on the ground of his being a mail contractor, was granted. A writ of habeas corpus was awarded H. T. Fairick, who applies for his discharge from service because of being a mail contractor, which will be heard on Saturday. The case of John T. Horton was continued until the 11th inst. Julius Jobe was released from custody on $5,000 bail to appear for a hearing, upon his application for a discharge from the military service, on Saturday. Michael Roseberry, who applied for his discharge, was released; but immediately recommitted upon a warrant from Commissioner Watson, on account of informality in the case. The application of James Johnson, charged with disloyalty; was continued until to-day. The application of Frank Livingston, who claims to be a commissioned officer in Major C. C. Callan's cavalry, and therefore not liable to conscription, was continued until Saturday.