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Robert Lewis Dabney, Life and Commands of Lieutenand- General Thomas J. Jackson 29 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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It occurred at the corner of Franklin and 17th streets. The man's came was Samuel Hays, a member of Captain Bayly's company, and he died yesterday morning, at 4 o'n sent out, with privates Coleman and Henderson, to hunt up deserters. They met Hays at the corner of 17th and Franklin streets, and knowing that he was a deserter, erked away from Henderson, who had hold of him, drew a pistol and presented it.--Hays then went into a house near the corner. At that moment Gen. Winder's police came along and learned the circumstances, and were requested to capture Hays by the Sergeant and his party, their guns not being loaded.--Coleman loaded his gun, and HayHays started on a run up 17th street. When between Marshall and Broad streets they overtook him, and he again swore that he would not go to camp, and presented his pistorday morning. The verdict of the jury Tully exonerated the soldier who shot Hays, who, they say, came to his death by several gun-shot wounds inflicted by Samuel