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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Camp Thieves. --Two young men — Richard Southall and A. J. Mchane-- members of the City battalion, were brought before the Mayor yesterday, charged with stealing four old cloths, six blankets, and ten pounds of chewing tobacco, from Serg't. John L. Parro and five other members of the command Serg't. Pairo and the eight men were detailed from Camp Winder as a guard at the Libby prison. While the other parties were on past, the prisoners entered the tent state the articles can merited, and deposited them with General Bender for safe keeping. When Sergt Pairo missed the articles he had come to suspect Southall and Mabons, who, on being interrogated, conformed the theft, and said where the goods were deposited. As the theft was committed by soldiers on duty, the Mayor decided that it ought to be heard and disposed of by Court Martial, and thereupon remanded she accused to Castle Thunder. (with such a guard as the prisoners, is it to be wondered as that parties escape from prison