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The Daily Dispatch: December 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 1 1 Browse Search
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John L. Albin, Co. B, in hand, severely; private Wm. H. Chamberlain, Co. B, in head, severely; private Benjamin P. Chase, Co. B, in thigh, severely; Corporal Jerome Coon, Co. D, in face, slightly; private Randal Milliner, Co. D, in shoulder, severely; private George Vaught, Co. D, in arm, severely; private Joseph F. Palmer, Co. D, in head, slightly; Corporal James F. Morris, Co. E, in arm, severely; private Amos Moler, in neck, slightly; private I. I. Heneyer. Co. F, in arm, severely; private Wm. Thorn berg, Co. F, in hip, severely; private W. S. Wilkinson, Co. F, in head, slightly; private Charles Albright, Co. G, in shoulder, severely; private John S. Baird, Co. G, in leg, slightly; private Samuel C. Bazel, Co. G, in leg, severely; private Bartholomew Haffron, Co. G, in hand, slightly; private James Mood, Co. H, in hand, slightly; private Joseph Smith, Co. H, in hand, slightly; private Nathan Russell, Co. H, in breast, slightly; private James Estes, Co. H, in hand, slightly; privat
cency forbids a repetition of. The Mayer required security in the sum of $150 to keep the peace, which Leopold said he could furnish. He boasts of having done the State some service during a two years residence in a public institution situated in the western suburbs of Richmond. Nicholas Carrol appeared to answer a charge of purchasing fowls in the First Market, in disregard of the law for the regulation of hucksters. He protested that he bought the chickens to give away; but notwithstanding this charitable pretence, the Mayor fined him $5. An establishment kept by Alpheus Roper, free, at the corner of 7th street and Theatre alley, where common whiskey was dispensed to thirsty negroes, was broken up by the watchmen on Tuesday night, and the four or five darkeys found there were duly punished yesterday by the Mayor's order. A fine of $10 was imposed upon Wm. Thorn for keeping his bar-room open after 10 P. M., and two other cases of a similar character were continued.