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The Daily Dispatch: March 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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lizabeth Moore, Francis Blassingame, Elizabeth Young, Mary Valentine, Marish Brein, Ela. Smith, Amelia Tiefenbacy, Annie Davis, Alice Johnson, Mary Cushing Alice Boulton, Barbary Jackson, Mary Wallace, Ann Dodson, Louisa Ricely Ellen Sullivan, Mary O'Conner, Virginia Page, Males: Rev. John H. Woodcock, James G. Currie. Wounded.--Mary Ryan, Delia Clemens, Bridget Grimes, Pauline Smoot, Ann Drake, Margaret Alexander, Elizabeth Dawson, Mary Cordis Lucy Wicks, Mary Pritchett, Sarah Marshall, Catherine, Cavanaugh, Annie Blankinship, Mary E. Rouke, Caroline Zaginsham Mary J. Andrews, Ella Bennett, Sarah Foster, Mary Maunaham, Ellen O'Brien, Cordnelia Mitchell, Mary McDonnell, Catharine Riceley, Dolly A Folkes, Susan Butler. Males — William Barfoot, Alonzo Owens, John H. Hampton, Samuel Chapell, Peter Fercron. Missing and cannot be accounted for--Miss Martha A. Burley. Aggregate.--Deaths: females, 31; males, 2.--Wounded; females, 25; males, 5. Total killed and wounded. 64.
Arrest of swindlers. --An important arrest of swindlers was accomplished by Messrs Maccubbin, Clackner, Mitchell, and Hammen, of the Provost Marshal's detective force, on Saturday, at the Star Saloon, on Main street. The parties, at the time of the arrest were in the act of swindling a Mr. Wingfield, of Hanover, out of a large sum of money by the substitute dodge. E. C. Ingalls, private in company A, 14th Louisiana, in the city on furlough, was decked out in the uniform of a Confederate Captain, and in the act of receiving John Booth, of company K, 5th Louisiana, into an imaginary company as a substitute for Wingfield. John Harton was present as Col. D. Zable to give his assent to the transaction, and Dave Summers, another substitute swindler, was present to witness the transaction. The detectives made their appearance in time to prevent the loss of Wingfield's money, and took the bogus Captain and Colonel, and their two accomplices, to the Provost Marshal's office, where the