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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], Handsome affair near Smithfield.--capture of Yankees and Destruction of a gunboat. (search)
ain made his appearance on dock, and against the remonstrances of some of the crew on board, sallied out in search of the missing man, taking with him a large cutlass belonging to the boat. He afterward arrested an Irishman in no manner connected with the steamer, although be Insisted upon his being the man for whom he was in search, and was on his way with him to Castle Thunder, when, on reaching the alley running between that building from 18th and 19th streets, and parallel with Main and Cary, he was halted by the sentinels on watch. Keene stopped at the word of command, but commenced abusing the guard in a violent manner, which conduct caused them to take him under arrest. By this time additional assistance had arrived, when he was placed in charge of privates John Cotton, of Petersburg, and Samuel T. Rowell, of Southampton county, military guards at the prison, to be conducted into the Castle for confinement. Soon after starting off with them, he drew his cutlass and commence
300 dollars reward. --I will pay the above reward for the apprehension and safe delivery to me in Richmond, of my man Henry Johnston, a bright mulatto, about 25 or 26 years old, about five feet high, stout frame, who left my premises, corner 5th and Cary sts, on the night of the 28th--He has, no doubt, provided himself with forged papers, with the intention of passing into the enemy's lines in some one direction. One half of the above reward will be paid if he is secured in some jail until I can get procession of him. Wm Barret, Corner 5th and Cary sts. fe 1--3t*