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The Daily Dispatch: July 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Marshal's, and came by our office about dusk in charge of detective Hix. The captured men of the city Battalion. We mentioned yesterday that fourteen men, including a commissioned officer and a Sergeant, of the City Battalion, were captured by the enemy at Cox's barn, on James river, on the 12th inst. The following are the names of the captured: Lt. Wm. G. Herrington, of North Carolina; Sergt Wm. H. Cunningham, of Cumberland co, Va; Corp'l Lewis A Jacob, Richmond; Privates L B Jones, Caroline co; F M Butler, Hanover; W A Nelson, Louisa; Jesse S Segar, Norfolk; Wm A Trice, Louisa; Jas S Wallace, Fredericksburg; Jas B Whitlock, Louisa; John B Ladd, Richmond; William Smith, Louisa; E F Dickinson, Charlotte; Robt J Waldrop, Louisa. They belonged to company E, 25th battalion Virginia infantry. Town reports. There were a good many reports in the city yesterday about large "risings" of the population in Maryland in favor of the Confederates. One had it that 15,00
Horse stealing. --Three soldiers, named Joseph F. Jones, James M. Jones, and Richmond Jones, of the 9th Virginia cavalry. charged with horse stealing, have been arrested and committed to Castle Thunder.