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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War news. (search)
Castle Thunder items. --Besides a large batch of Federal deserters, the following parties were committed to Castle Thunder yesterday: C. W. Youngblood, alias C. W. Lassiter, of Hood's battalion of cavalry, charged with forgery. W. T. Jones, Seventeenth Mississippi, accused of larceny. Alexander Bales, company I, Forty-second North Carolina, tried by court-martial for the offence of desertion and ordered to be shot. Bales's trial took place some time since, but three or four days after his commitment to jail he succeeded in escaping therefrom, and has just been recaptured. Among the list of prisoners at Castle Thunder who are to be sent to Salisbury, North Carolina, the first opportunity, is R. D'Orsay Ogden, late manager of the Richmond theatre.