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The Daily Dispatch: January 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Prison Items. --The following arrivals were booked as Castle Thunner on yesterday: Twenty five straggling soldiers sent from Camp Relmen, N. C., to be returned to their regiments; J. H. Halley, co. D., 46th Va., desertion; W S Alexander, 1st Tenn, desertion and forgery; Jerry Coleman, 11th Ga., drawing money on false papers; Patrick Fegan, Whittington Artillery, desertion; C D Lucae and H M Sharp, Palmetto Sharp hooters, desertion. On yesterday two desperades, named Erastus Cutlip, company F, 2d Va. (Abolition, regiment, and Wm. J. McMillian, of the 11th Ohio, were brought to Richmond and lodged in Castle Thunder for trial by the civil authorities. These men were recently arrested by the Provost Marshal of Pocahontas county. They belong to a gang of Union men who have been a terror to the people of lower end of Pocahontas and upper end of Greenbrier counties, and for months past have been committing every kind of outrage on the persons and property of the people residing in t