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th Miss; Sgt J V Prudy, co D, 18th Miss; H Carroll, co C, 8th Fla; G Allen, co E, 18th Miss; R F Sellers, co E, 13th Miss; J E Eaves, co E, 13th Miss; N P Russell, co K, 21st Miss; J E Bennett, co K, 21st Miss; N Heim, co K, 21st Miss; J C Williams, co K, 21st Miss; Lt J W Price, co K, 17th Miss; Cpl C Gramer, co K, 17th Miss; J M Comer, co G, 18th Miss; J McCade, co G, 8th Fla; H Strong, co I, 21st Miss; J Schneckenburg, co B, 17th Miss; F M Carter, co G, 13th Miss; T J Tidwell, co C, 17tker, 8th Fla; W H Parker, co A, 15th S C; J J Barnard, co K, 13th Miss; J M O'Nell, co E, 13th Miss; J L Finley, co C, 18th Miss; D A Cole, co D, 13th Miss; J L Smith, co G, 17th Miss; J C Fields, co I, 21st Miss; W D Chapman, co C, 17th Ga; A G Williams, co E, 18th Miss; Thos Missel, co K, 8th Fla; R A Harrington, co H, 13th Miss; J N Fielding, co A, 8th Fla; T W Harper, co B, 8th Fla; Capt C Green, co L, 17th Miss; J W Hilburne, co D, 51st Ga. The following are the names of those who have
The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], Fighting in Eastern North Carolina--Successful attack on the enemy — their advance from Newbern. (search)
Prison Items. --The following parties were lodged in Castle Thunder on Saturday: James Broderick, an escaped prisoner; Nicholas Martin, for disloyalty; John Bradley, Rodger's cavalry, desertion and stealing a horse; Miles Murray, do, for desertion; Chas Johnson, Hampton artillery, Holbrook Taylor, Co G, 25th Va bat'n, and Jacob Kell, Richmond Sharpshooters, for desertion; Corry West, Andrew Hogg, Washington Hogg, and John Smith, for execution of sentence of Court Martial; Henry Mitchell, Alexandria artillery, for desertion; John Williams, sent from Drewry's Bluff by Col. Page, for punishment; James Pearson, of the steamer James town, sent by the Hustings Court; Jas McMichael, 15th La., for desertion; eighteen men were received from Camp Holmes, N. C., to be returned to their regiments.