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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
L. Atkinson, Private D. J. Lee, James McKown, H. Mitchell, F. Millwood, E. L. Minter, Private John Brandon, G. Chandler, J. E. Cotters, J. J. Camp, G. W. Fowler, W. G. Fowler, Thomas Fowler, John Fowler, N. Fant, T. H. Gault, J. Gregorie, W. G. W. Going, W. R. Hughes, T. J. Eison, William Long, Private J. S. Miller, S. L. McCarther, J. C. Nance, H. S. Porter, J. W. Palmer, W. S. Plaxico, D. Robinson, T. L. Rodgers, Thomas Stern, W. H. Sanders, William Savage, R. F. Tinsley, W. J. Vaughn, W. J. Ward. Co. D. Captain J. D. Calwell, Sergeant J. M. Murray, A. G. Treadwell, Corporal J. M. Nelson, J. A. Cofield, W. H. Wolfe, J. C. Brice, Private T. A. Beard. W. W. Booker, J. S. Booker, N. A. Black, J. R. Bradford, G. W. Davis, Jas. Dunning, W. M. Dunning, U. C. Frost, T. A. Fetner, Private N. H. Fetner, Jno. Ferguson, Thos. Hatton, J. C. Harper, S. W. Jeffcoat, Jno. Lomas, W. N. Martin, M. S. Messer, J. G. Mitchell
Mayor's Court --A negro named James, slave of Wm. Savage, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday for stealing three pairs of military pants from a Government wagon, and the theft being proved, sentence of 30 lashes was decreed. John Kloss was convicted of using threatening and abusive language to Mary Parnell, and required to give security in the sum of $150 to keep the peace. A charge against Joseph Stern, of molesting and maltreating Isaac M. Wolff, was continued until the 1st of November. A fine of $7 was imposed upon D. B. Franklin for buying a turkey to sell again in the Second Market. Claiborne, slave of Wm. F. Watson, was ordered 30 stripes for making a thrust at another negro with a knife. A number of soldiers were up for drunkenness, and turned over to the charge of General Winder.