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Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company B. (search)
s, Elliott, Me. Cr. Somerset, 21, s; fisherman. April 9, 1864. Deserted Aug. 23, 1865, Fort Kearney, N. T. Hood A. Stone, Lawrence, 18, m; operative. Aug. 9, 1862. Disch. June 6, 1865. Thomas Sullivan, Kerry, Ire. en. Boston, 24, s; laborer. Nov. 14, 1863. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Peter Taylor, E. Cambridge, 18, s; waiter. Jan. 22, 1864. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Alic Terrio, Lawrence, 25, m; painter. Aug. 16, 1862. Trans. V. R. C. March 19, 1864. M. O. Aug. 3, 1865. Richard Thomas, Lawrence, 43, m; operative. Aug. 18, 1862. Trans. Co. K, 14th Regt. V. R.C., March 1, 1864. Disch. June 28, 1865, Francis Tovary, Lowell, 45, s; machinist. Aug. 11, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1864. Hiram Tucker, Providence, R. I. Cr. Norton. 19, s; seaman. Dec. 12, 1863. Wounded Sept. 19, 1864. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Thomas Tufts, Maiden, 25, m; depot master. Dec. 2, 1863. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Lewis Vayon, en. Opelousas, La. 18, May 1, 1863. Wounded Sept. 19, 1864. De
day between the pickets near Alexandria, in which six Hessians were killed and no one hurt on our side. It is probably the same skirmish mentioned in the Northern dispatches, below. We heard yesterday morning a rumor of the arrest of Col. Richard Thomas, of Richard, whose recent exploits have endeared him to every Southern heart. We did not credit the rumor until we received the Baltimore Exchange, of the 9th inst., which contains the following paragraph in relation to the matter: We learn that Mr. Richard Thomas, of St. Mary's county, and five or six other persons, were arrested on board the steamer Mary Washington as she was coming up the bay yesterday. The charges against them are believed to be that they were concerned in the seizure of the St. Nicholas a few days since. The party were coming up to the city as passengers, when they were pointed out by two spies on board the boat, and as she reached the wharf at Fort McHenry, the boat rounded to and they were delivere
't. Gen. The St. Nicholas affair — another expedition after Col. Thomas' schooner. We learn that the steamer Chester, Captain E. S. pedition. Information was received on Monday night that Col. Richard Thomas, (the French lady,) with his seven companions, had reached Foff the mouth of the Potomac for some purpose in connection with Col. Thomas' visit to Baltimore. Col. Kenly, therefore, immediately resolveeason to believe that persons in the city were in collusion with Col. Thomas, whatever his designs may have been, and that several parties ofmen left the city in omnibuses on Monday, prior to the arrest of Col. Thomas, going towards North Point, designed, it was presumed, to furnisill be captured with all on board and brought to the city. Colonel Thomas is a son of the late Hon. Richard Thomas, of St. Mary's county,Hon. Richard Thomas, of St. Mary's county, for many years President of the Maryland Senate, and a nephew of ex-Governor James Thomas. We have not ascertained the names of the parties
ould not attempt to hold that position — exposed as his communications will be to interruption — and he must, consequently, fall back upon Richmond, losing his baggage and munitions, and a rout, at least, of his army, in the retreat. Col. Richard Thomas. The Baltimore Sun, of Wednesday last says: Col. Richard Thomas Zarovia, of the Confederate army, formerly Richard Thomas, of St. Mary's county, Md., whose name was changed as above by a previous act of the Virginia Legislature, iRichard Thomas, of St. Mary's county, Md., whose name was changed as above by a previous act of the Virginia Legislature, is cautiously guarded. At right he is placed in a cell for greater security. He is allowed, with the other prisoners, the privilege of walking through the grounds for exercise at stated times, in company with a guard, but he has hither to refused to avail himself of it. He is said to have received a great many testimonials of sympathy from the ladies of the city, including table delicacies, and any number of embroidered slippers, &c. He is allowed to receive the visits of his relatives. The ot
Charge of disloyalty. --Thomas and David Williams, James Cantley, and John Colt, from Western Virginia, and Samuel Tatum, a seaman, were examined before Commissioner Lyons yesterday for disloyalty to the South. They were remanded to prison.
Meeting of Marylanders. On Thursday evening a large party of Marylanders met at Adams's building, on 10th street, between Main and Cary, pursuant to a call from Adjutant Geo. W. Alexander, to express their sympathy for Colonel Richard Thomas in his incarceration, and to organize a battalion to be named after him. The meeting was called to order by Capt. Dugan, a fine specimen of a Marylander, and after the object of the meeting was explained, Adjutant Alexander was called to the chair, and Capt. Lookerman appointed Secretary.--A committee of three, consisting of Captains Lookerman, Kyle, and Rogers, was appointed to draw up resolutions, which they will prepare and present this evening, when the men will be enrolled and leave on Sunday for the rendezvous. This looks like action, and we trust all who can will join. There are many here idle. Let them join; and from what we have learned, they will not want for men to try out work for them to do, and lead them to it. The comma
h shooting his wife, was again deferred by the Mayor on Saturday last till next Friday, on account of the inability of Mrs. T. to appear and testify. Her physicians represent her as improving rapidly, and thought by that time she would be able to go out. Christian Burgan was arraigned on the charge of receiving three bags of corn from a negro, knowing the same to have been stolen. A witness testified that the negro had taken it from the Government stables at Bacon's Quarter Branch. The Mayor continued the case till Monday, and bailed the accused in the sum of $500 to appear and answer. Thomas Bird, a free negro, arrested for stealing a horse, will undergo an examination on Saturday. Mr. George Dabney Wootten, counsel for Bird, made an earnest appeal to His Honor to bail his client; he was confident of proving the negro's innocence, and did not see why he should not be permitted to go at large till the trial. The Mayor refused to comply and Thomas was committed to jail.