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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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Arrest of an enrolling Offcier. The enrolling officer of Elbert county, Ga., has been arrested and imprisoned, by order of Judge Thomas for conscribing and sending to the camp of instruction the man who was released by decision of Judge Thomas on writ of habeas corpus sometime since. Arrest of an enrolling Offcier. The enrolling officer of Elbert county, Ga., has been arrested and imprisoned, by order of Judge Thomas for conscribing and sending to the camp of instruction the man who was released by decision of Judge Thomas on writ of habeas corpus sometime since.
Arrest of an Alleged Swindles. --Detectives Capehart and Thomas, of the Eastern Military Station arrested yesterday, by order of Gen. Winder, a bogus Captain named Wm. Murphy, who is charged with engaging in the substitute business and swindling, by receiving men into a company that had no existence, and granting discharges therefrom — The officers found Murphy in front of a store on 17th st., and arrested him, but he into the store, the door of which was closed by two cronies Murphy then fled out of a rear door and took up the railroad pursued by the officers, who finally chased him across Adams's Valley, and captured him hid away under the bank of the in rear of Mrs. Bruce's former residence.
Prison Items. --The following parties were lodged in Castle Thunder yesterday: John Welsh, Rodgers's cavalry, desertion; Geo Nolan, of the steamer Richmond for confinement on bread and water; Julia Thomas, Ann D Fletcher, and Martha A Thomas, arrested at West Point as suspicious characters; Jas Howard, Woolfolk's artillery, A Newberry, co C, 57th Va reg't, and Samuel Sprouse, of Capt Jordan's company, for trial by Court-Martial; Wm B Foskey, co K, 49th Ga, J B Terrell, co B, 5th S C reg't, Wm B Bradley, co G, 16th N C reg't, for being absent without leave; W Traylor, battery No. 4; Wm Turner and Thos Owens, co E, 3d Va reg, for desertion; Thomas Hall, a Yankee. Six North Carolinians, who were taken in arms and while wearing U S uniforms, by our forces near Kinston, in North Carolina, were also brought to Richmond yesterday, and lodged in prison to be tried for their treason. These miserable scamps pretended to have regularly enlisted in the Yankee army. Three sailors, belongin