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The Daily Dispatch: October 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 7, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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as above. Townsend Hobbs, W. Lafin, R. G. Alford, D. D. Fiquaet, S. S. Green, David Porter. G. A. Thomas, Thos. Anderson, A. C. Ferrill, J. A. Winfield, J. R. Payne, W. James, A. Bomamdier, F. Ward, W. A. Wilson, C. Long, R. B. Boone, R. Walker, Wm. T. Thompson. W. Johnson, W. Burrows, J. N. McFall, Geo. Banker, J. Carlin, J. O'Brien. S. Garritt, L. Rielk, W. A. Barron, G. H. Gamling, J. Leadbetter, A. J. Smith, J. F. Grayson, R. Pinckney, W. J. N. Barton, Geo. Larrabee, J. T. Elliott, Geo. Miller. Col. Loomis, commanding at Fort Columbus, will, in connection with Lieut. Colonel Burke, select twenty from among the prisoners of war under their charge, to make up the number indicated. The prisoners to be released will be sent by the first opportunity to Fortress Monroe, and thence under a flag of truce through the United States lines. The Government has thus quietly recognized the kindness of the rebels in releasing the wounded prisoners who were sent from Richmond a few day
stealing wood from Mr. Dunnington; but, after a hearing of the case, he was discharged. The case of John W. Leathers and John Kenney, charged with being persons of evil fame, and with robbing Major William H. Gibbes, on the Petersburg cars, last Friday afternoon, of two thousand one hundred dollars, was continued till the 10th instant. Also, Sarah Leathers and George Finnegan, charged with receiving the same, knowing it to have been stolen from Major Gibbes. Thomas Doherty and George Miller were charged with permitting their children to deface the statue of Henry Clay, on the Capitol Square. The case was continued till such time as witnesses can be procured. The charge against Mrs. F. H. Heffley of annoying and disturbing the family of E. Senof was dismissed, after a hearing of the evidence. Ella, a slave, was remanded for trial before the Hustings Court on the charge of setting fire to the dwelling-house of Joseph C. Courtney. Several negroes, charged with