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A deserter. --Francis M. Smith, said to be a deserter from the Twelfth North Carolina Regiment, was taken into custody by watchman Parrott, last Saturday night, and the Mayor yesterday sent him to General Winder, by whose order he was committed to jail.
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A deserter. --Francis M. Smith, said to be a deserter from the Twelfth North Carolina Regiment, was taken into custody by watchman Parrott, last Saturday night, and the Mayor yesterday sent him to General Winder, by whose order he was committed to jail.
A deserter. --Francis M. Smith, said to be a deserter from the Twelfth North Carolina Regiment, was taken into custody by watchman Parrott, last Saturday night, and the Mayor yesterday sent him to General Winder, by whose order he was committed to jail.