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The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Prison Items. --Seven prisoners were received at the military prison of the Eastern District yesterday from Petersburg; among them, Chas W. Randolph, alias R. H. Hicks, 1st Ark. reg't, for having a forged furlough, and Thomas Devine, 13th Va. reg't, for having a forged discharge. H. B. Gibson, 2d S. C. regiment was sent down by the Surgeon of Hospital No. 18, for confinement for misdemeanor. Pat Bechan, arrested by officer Caphart, was locked up for selling liquor. Forty-eight deserters were received from Camp Holmes last night, to be returned to their regiments. John Davis, a member of Rodgers's Manchester Cavalry, put in prison for desertion, was recognized as one of the crew of the steamer Patrick Henry, and was taken down and put in custody of her officers. Twenty-five East Tennessee Yankee soldiers arrived at the Libby Prison yesterday via Lynchburg.
gas, ran in a room, barred the door and continued his abuse He was ordered twenty lashed, and committed for inquiry into his status. The watchmen on Thursday night made a descent on a house in Locust alley, between Main and Franklin sts., kept by Bell Jones, in search of persons having "no visible means of support," and there fore vagrants and candidates for the chain-gang.--The watchmen, during the raid, captured Belle Jones. Madame du Maison, Laura Bella Roane, Mary Ann Godfrey, Emeline Rodgers, and Kate Mills, and their visitors, young men of various degrees of good and bad looks, giving the names of Wm B Freeman, J. J. Nicholas John Manning, Thos Carroll, Daniel Carroll, Thos. Murphy, Daniel Ryan, Benjamin G Page, B. M. Bear, and Jas. W. Finch. All were committed in default of security for their good behavior. Circuit Court of Chester field County, Monday, Nov. 6th.--Present: Hon. Thomas S. Gholson, Judge. Edward Sears was set to the bar at the Court House in Manchest