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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], Correspondence. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], Congress yesterday. (search)
Prison Irons --The following arrivals were chromed yesterday at Thunder; Wm Tayler, steamer Patrick Heary, drank and ; Jno and Charles Atkinson, co D 18th Va Battalion for confinement; J. H. Bennelt, returned from Camp Lee; This Miseley Fayette Artillery, subject to orders of Capt. Macont Jno 6th Martin Maker co. D. 1st La; Jas D Glass co E 44th Va; A J Dalton, Thos Brooke Capt Kevalis co. to be court martials; Thos Wash, co 44th Valid; Thos Jones and Joseph Cooper, leaving city without passports; Tim Geotoke, co C. 1st Va, drank; Geo Washington slave of Mrs Brander, runaway; John Carle, co C. Wheat's Battalion The discha yesterday were Chas Williams, Chas H Kent, J D Fitt, S Mullis. John F McKey S. L Mullis, Jerry Clapp Jacob Mullis, Wm Chappall, and Mike Ettondgo. There were in confinement yesterday 141 prisoners, deserters to be court martials, prisoners under sentence and others.
The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1863., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Legislature. (search)
Prison Items --The following arrivals were noted at Castle Thunder yesterday, Corralfus Harris and Jerry Reid, co E, 15th N. C; Jas W. Baker. co H, 12th N C; Urian Ceun, co A, 10th Cap. John Nott 1st S. C; Michael co E, 19th Va. Battalion, substitution and desert Henry M Dulfield, co R. 25th Va. for punishment and Rex. Williams, for lurking about Fredericksburg and being a suspicious character. There were several discharges yesterday. Among those turned but a few days ago were all the deserters from the Abolition army who have from time to time, left their comrades and sought refuge in the South.
The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1863., [Electronic resource], The election. (search)