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The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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intimate with Jones. George Saulhouse, a suspicious person, was committed until the 23d. John Duff, charged with stealing two horses and a buggy from some unknown person in Winchester, was committed until the 31 st. Michael Sullivan, soldier, was sent on to be examined by the Hustings Court, for feloniously cutting and stabbing Francis J. Smith, on Broad street, on Thursday evening. The act was proved to have been done without cause or provocation on Mr. Smith's part. Alice Wallace, free, brought in by order of Justice Beverage, was set to work on the public defences. Geo. Judge, caged for drunkenness, was discharged. Zachariah Burnett, soldier, drunk and assaulting a man in the cage, was delivered to his commanding officer. Frederick Dornin, soldier, deranged from drink, and drawing a bayonet on a watchman. Let off. E. Kirchschlegal, using seditious language against the Government of the Confederate States. Committed for further hearing on th
ted by our volunteers. Capt. McMullen's Rangers have found numerous secreted arms. Major Joseph Knipe, of Gen. Williams' staff, has recruited a new rifle regiment for the war from those about to disband. He will assume command. Col. Wallace, of the Indiana Zouaves, has a new regiment ready for him at Indianapolis, to be armed with the sabre bayonet and Enfield rifle. Col. Clark, of the New York Nineteenth (Cayuga) Regiment, is under arrest, upon charges made by his officers.the grand rounds, by a rebel named Welch. The latter was arrested, and his arms taken from him. Welch says, in excuse, that he did not see Ledlie, but hearing a noise, thought foxes were robbing his roosts. The Indiana Eleventh Regiment, Col. Wallace, marched to headquarters to-day, and informed Gen. Patterson of their willingness to serve ten days extra. The Second Regiment Pennsylvania volunteers left this morning for Harrisburg, via the Baltimore and Ohio Road, from Sandy Hook.