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The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
t. P. J. Shannon, Major, 15th Ga. Vols. Lovick Pierce, Jr., 1st Lt. and Adj't, 15th Ga. Vols. Jno. J. Dupuy, Surg'n, 15th Ga. Regiment. William F. Robinson, Chaplain, 15th Ga. Regiment. James Jenkins, 1st Lieut. Co. A, 15th Ga. Regiment. George A. Pace, Capt. Co. B, 15th Ga. Regiment. Henry S. Chappeleor, 2d Lt. Co. B, 15th Ga. Regiment. D. Hudson, Capt. Co. C, 15th Ga. Regiment. T. J. Flynt, Capt. Co. D, 15th Ga. Regiment. P. G. Veazey, 1st Lieut. Co. D, 15th Ga. Jno. Johnson, 2d Lieut. Co. D, 15th Ga. E. D. Alfriend, 1st Lt. Co. E, 15th Ga. Regiment. J. J. Burch, Capt. Co. F, 15th Ga. L. A. Gaines, 1st Lieut. Co. F, 15th Ga. Regiment. Thos. D. Hawes, Capt. Co. G, 15th Ga. Regiment. Thos. H. Remson, 2d Lt. Co. G, 15th Ga. Regiment. A. J. Teezley, 2d Lt. Co. I, 15th Ga. Regiment. D Connel, Capt. Co. K, 15th Ga. Regiment. W. Robison, 1st Lt. Co. K, 15th Ga. Regiment. G. L. Alexander, Ensign, 15th Ga. Regiment. [75] Twentieth Georgia Vol
Abolition prisoners. --Capt. Fitzhugh arrived at the Libby Prison, from Mathews county, yesterday, in charge of five Abolition prisoners, including 2d Lieut. F. M Johnson, of the 11th Maine regiment, who was captured while on a piratical incursion in Mathews county, for the purpose of destroying the Salt Works in that county. It is said that sometimes as many as five hundred Yankees start on these predatory excursions, destroying not only salt works, but everything that comes in their way. The five Abolitionists that arrived yesterday were captured by a ruse de guerre. Capt. Fitzhugh saw a company of Yankees approaching, and having only eleven men, contrived so to dispose of them in a skirt of woods that the foe were deceived, and on seeing them immediately turned and fled. A charge was made, and five of the fugacious Lincolnites were bagged.
g. Ballard W. Berry, of 153, was discharged. C. W. Ellis and D. J. Barner, of the same tenement, gave bail for their appearance Saturday. --All the rest of the parties, including the negroes were sent to jail. Emeline Jones, one of the parties found in No. 149, was one of the girls found at Ann Thomas's recently, and held to bail for her good behavior.--The Mayor declared her former recognizance forfeited. The examination of Richard Mundin, for unlawfully entering the house of Jno. Johnson, the barber, was postponed. Hustings Court--Judge Lyons presiding.--A jury in this Court acquitted on Wednesday night the two youths, Thomas Collier and Richard Morris, charged with entering the restaurant of John McPherson, near the Old Market, and stealing $2,200. Both the prisoners possess no enviable reputations as "bad boys," but the testimony in the case against them was not sufficient to ensure conviction and they were acquitted. Mr. D. Ratcliffe appeared for them. Yeste