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--James Henry, a resident of North Carolina, was examined before C. S. Commissioner Wm. F. Watson yesterday, and sent on before Judge Halyburton for trial, on charge of forging a pay- roll in the name of Capt. James Smith, company H, 28th North Carolina regiment. When the roll was presented, the paymaster remembered that company H had been paid off, and so informed the applicant. The next day Henry applied at the office and stated that he had been transferred to company A, whereupon he was arrested. His bail to appear was fixed at $3,000.

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