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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The New Orleans True Delta speaks in highly complimentary terms of General Sheridan, saying he is another illustration of the fact that charity and chivalry are always combined. He has issued an order directing the quartermaster's department to supply the widows and orphans and public charities in that city with fuel.
affair occurred at Thompson & Ferguson's, where I had charge. The house belonged to his brother and Thompson. Witness had not assigned his interest in the house to Fletcher. The latter was there as an employee since the 5th of November. Had never represented that it was Fletcher's house, nor never made such a statement to Farquhar and Schultz. Fletcher was drunk when he committed the assault. He gave no reason for his conduct. Witness showed no fight, but laid perfectly still. Frank Sheridan testified that, on the morning of the 14th instant, about four o'clock, Fletcher entered the kitchen, where Ferguson was lying upon a table, and caught him by the neck. Took hold of his arm and tried to pull him off. Could not say whether he struck him or not. The difficulty originated about a bill for liquor to be paid to Mr. Farquhar. D. P. Farquhar gave a detail of the business transactions between himself and Ferguson. --Ferguson told him, about the 1st of November, that Fletch