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The Daily Dispatch: August 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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es 9th Ga. 27--Cyrus D. Strickler, Co. I., 4th Va.; wounds. W. I. Falkenberg Flat Rock Guards, 2d So. Ca. 28--John N. Dunlet, Flat Rock Guards, 2d So. C.; wounds B. A. Parks, C. I. 79th N. Y.; wounds. 29--Jas. W. Campbell, Reg't not known. S. I. Wood Co. A. 6th So. Ca. Wm. Etheridge Co. E. 7th So. Ca. J. M. Carson, Butler Guards, 2d Reg't So. Ca. Thos. Teel 8th Reg't So. Ca. 30--Reuben Sart in, Co. G. 5th Ala. Wm. H. year 3rd So. Ca. Jas. McVeigh Co. F. 5th So. Ca. 31--Wm. F. Thomas, Corp'l Co. E. 4th Ala. E. H. Sharp, Co. E. 6th So. Ca. Aug. 1--Samuel Payne, Co. G. 19th Va. Wm. H. Mathews Co. A. 5th N. C., Roland Williams, 6th N. C., address, Wilson P. O. Jos. B. McVey, Co. N. 6th Reg't So. Ca. 2--David McSwain, Co. G. 7th Ga. W. J. Relly 12th Miss Co. A. Wm. Humphreys, 19th Va. Tho. Mullens, 19th Va.; wounds. L. M. Riser Brown Rebels 18th Miss, Madison H. well, Co. A. 6th So. Ca. J. W. Neely Co. C., 3d So. Ca. George Turner. 3--Reuben Ransom, Co. F, 4t
Acquitted. --Thomas, slave of Mrs. Waring, has been acquitted by the Mayor of the charge of stealing a watch from William, slave of Geo. E Sadler. The municipal functionary alluded to has also acquitted Joanna Castillo of the charge of stealing $16 from Frank Wingo. Wm. Powers has also been acquitted by the Mayor of intoxication.