Statistics for occurrence #1 of “R. G. H. Kean” in chapter 14 of J. B. Jones, A Rebel War Clerk's Diary:
...ried by court-martial, and condemned to be hung. There is an awful silence among the Baltimore detectives, which bodes no harm to the condemned. They will not be executed, though guilty. R. G. H. Kean , a young man, and a connection of Mr. Randolph, has been appointed Chief of the Bureau of War in place of Col. Bledsoe, resigned at last. Mr. Kean was, I believe, a lieutenant when Mr. Randolph was...
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