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The Daily Dispatch: October 6, 1864., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Bailed. --Mr. John Hillyard, who was arrested on the Fredericksburg cars last Sunday, and committed to Castle Thunder on the charge of aiding and abetting R. D'Orsay Ogden to escape from the Confederacy, had a hearing before a Confederate Commissioner yesterday, and was sent on for further trial before Judge Halyburton. He was bailed for his appearance in the sum of $10,000, Mrs. Elizabeth Magill, the proprietress of the Theatre, going his security. Mr. Hillyard denies that he was aMr. Hillyard denies that he was accessory to the escape of Ogden to the North. On the morning of his departure, he says that he had been imbibing a little too freely, and being in the neighborhood of the depot just as the cars were about starting off, an idea struck him to take a ride; so he jumped on, passing right by the guard as he did so. In a few minutes afterwards the conductor came up to him and inquired how far he wished to go, when he (Hillyard) replied that he believed he would go as far as Milford, and at the same t