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The Daily Dispatch: November 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The great naval expedition — from Fortress Monroe and Hatteras Inlet. (search)
. Gavitt, John R. Paine, L. Reick, W. A. Barron, J. H. Gramling. Frank Ward, 8th Ga., Bull Run, July 21; P. G. Alford, Wm. Loflin, J. L. Caffey, A. J. Smith, 6th Ala., Fairfax Station, July 17; D. D. Fiquet, 5th Ala., near Springfield, July 13; T. Hudson, 4th Ala., Bull Run, July 24; D Porter, 4th Ala., near Alexandria, May 24; Wm. Wilson, Claib. Lang, 1st Va. Cav., Bull Run, July 21; S. S. Green, Governor's Guard, Burke's Station, June--;J. A. Wingfleid, 19th Va., (sick) Centreville; Wm. James, 2d S. C., Fairfax C. H.; Robert O. Lewis, H. Bornamair, R. Pinckney, J. M. McFall, W. J. N. Barton, 4th S. C., Bull Run, July 21; H. C. Ferrell, Hampton's Legion, S. C., Bull Run; July 21; Wesley Burrow, 6th N. C., Bull Run, July 21; Wm. Johnson, 6th N. C., Bull Run, July 21; Robert Walker, 2d Miss., Bull Run, July 21; George Minor, citizen, taken at home, Oct, 6th. The last-named in the list (Col. Minor) is in the 88th year of his age, and he is not aware of the existence of any rea
Carroll Wm, shot in lungs Didton Pet, shot in the thigh; Dakin George, shot in the leg; Doyle Wiley, shot 1 the leg — dead; Dougherty Pet, shot in the foot; Frazier M G, Somerville, shot in the hand; Fritz John, shot in the groin; Gillon John, shot in the thigh and hip; Green Chas. E, wounded in the hand, hip and shoulder; Hyde F P, shot in the face; Hall Joe., shot in the thigh; Hows J S, shot in the leg; Herron G W. shot in the neck; Hogan John, shot in the arm; Hill A, shot in the body; James B W, wounded in the whist; Jackson Reuben, wounded in the hip; Keems W H, in the leg; Kennedy Jas, shot in the shoulder and hand; Locke J. W, wounded in the hip; Long Jas, shot in the hand; Lowe Ed, shot in the arm; Moody J. M. shot in the neck, McNeely M Jas A, shot in the shoulder; McGrath Et, shot in the arm; March, shot in the breast; Manuel Thos, shot in the leg; McGinuis, shot in the leg and hand; Moreland Hryan, shot in the shoulder; Nallas Pat, shot in the arm; Noble J T, shot in the
Police Court, Monday, June 16th. --The following cases were disposed of by the sitting Magistrate: Martha, slave of Alex. Nott, receiving a trunk of books, knowing them to have been stolen — remanded, to bring in her son, who gave her the trunk. George, slave of Thomas Pemberton, and Edward, slave of Jno. McGhee — whipped for fighting in the street. Wm. James, (free,) stealing two blankets from Wm. G. Smith — remanded. Said nigger had hired himself to Mr. Smith's son as a cook, but after securing the plunder disappeared, but was captured. James Conner was bound over to keep the peace for aggravating Wm. Peasley, by first kicking his dog and then threatening to kick him; causing Mr. Peasley to strike him several stunners, the effect of which laid Mr. Conner out. John S. Smith, charged with assaulting and striking Peter Henningsen in the face — case continued. It occurred Sunday morning, in the Old M
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