ly, and that he was attentive to business.
Alexander Myers also testified to the good character of the Dukes.
Had seen Lizzie Seals and Mary Nixon about Mr. Batkins's quite frequently, and had driven them away.
Sometimes men were with them.
Went with Mr. Batkins the night he lost his money to look for it, but did not find it.
George F. Bence, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts regiment, testified that, about four or five weeks ago, on a Saturday night, he saw Mr. Batkins at Jennie Mitchell's, on Twenty-first street, with a bag of gold in his possession about the size of a shot bag. The ladies asked him if he was not afraid of being robbed.
He did not appear to be very drunk.
Andrew J. Addington testified that he knew the Dukes; that three or four months before the evacuation he gave his wife fifteen dollars in gold to give Alonzo Duke; saw the sheet in which his wife sewed the money up; went to Tom Devines's, and found Alonzo there drunk, and took him and the money