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The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], How a
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How a German Knight was swindled. --A York (Penn) letter to the New York Tribune gives the following experience of an indignant German K. G. C., who thus stated how he came to grief: Mister--, he comes to me and says for you dollar he will make me you Knight of to Golden Shirkles; dat he vill give me all to signs and grips, so ash dat ven to Southern mans come he shall not touch any of mine broperty, but shall get all he vants from to Plack Republicans. So I gives him to von tollar und he gives me to grips und signs, und says I shall give them ven de Southern mans he comes he no shteal from me. Vel he comes and gets mine horses right away. So I goes out and says, "Mynheer, I ish a Knights of de Golden Shirkles. I give you de grip, de signs, de bass words, and everyting, so you leaves mine horses." Ven he say, "To hell mit your grips," and dakes mine horses. O, I ish von ruined man. I gives mine tollar and it is nix goot, but is so better as nothing at all, for dey shtea
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Prison Record. --Among the prisoners received at the Libby prison yesterday were Capt G C Rose, 4th Missouri cavalry, and Lieuts J F Ausbrandi, of the same regiment, and J L Lesley, 18th Penn cavalry, captured at Stafford Court-House on Wednesday evening. There were ten Yankees received from Staunton, captured at Bertyville, Clarke county, a short time ago, and one hundred and ten others, picked up in different quarters. Major Robert Morris, of the 6th Penn cavalry, died quite suddenly atPenn cavalry, died quite suddenly at the Libby prison hospital. His remains were buried yesterday afternoon at Oakwood. The officers of his regiment were allowed by Gen. Winder to attend his funeral. At Castle Thunder W L Soley and -- Razer, 2d Florida regiment, were committed. It seems that Razer had been consigned to the Castle for some offence, and to obtain his release Soley went to Gen. Winder and represented himself as a Lieutenant of Razer's company. Under this representation R. was liberated; but the bogus charact