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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Confederate Commissioners. (search)
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --John O' Neal required to give security for permitting unlawful assembly of negroes in his house Sunday. A case against him for keeping house open on that day was continued on the 12th of August.--Case of Geo. a suspicious character, was continued for .--Elijah Patmore, a free negro committed, to be set to work on the --Sophia Barclay, white, for associating with negroes, was committed.--Jenny, and Mary Clayton, free, were acquitted stealing $70 in gold from Kitty Heath.-- drew L. Beasley, disorderly conduct, and Barrow, for drunkenness, were admonished and let off.--Washington Brown, a free was arraigned for staying in the State contrary to law, and was sent down until to-day.
The Daily Dispatch: October 25, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], The captured at
Twenty-Sixty Alabama regiment. The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the 26th Alabama regiment in the battle of Chickahominy, 21st May and 1st June, 1862. Field and Staff.--Wounded Col. Edward A. O'. Neal struck by shell, and fierce shot. Killed; Adjutant E. F. Majors. Company A.--Killed; H. N. Zerley. Wounded; Private J. B. Anthony slightly. Company B.--Wounded; Lieut G. Z. Caldwell, slightly, in head and right shoulder; Private J. H. Bounds, slightly, in left hand. Company C.--Wounded: Private John Pagus, severely, in left shoulder. Company D.--Wounded: Lieut, E. C Rector, slightly, in left knee; Privates John Ballinger, mortally, in left side; Wm A Crawford, slightly in right arm. Company E.--Wounded; Lieut T. A Dodson, slightly, in head. Privates B. M. Hankins, in thigh, mortally; M. M. Brack, slightly, in hand; John Reld, slightly, in right arm; Will Robert, severely, in left arm. Company F.--Wounded: W. A. Turner, slight