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The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1864., [Electronic resource], Additional from the
The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], Lasses in the
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Lasses in the Hampden Artillery. To the Editor of the Richmond Dispatch: Please publish the following list of casualties in the Hampden Artillery, of Richmond, company C, 38th battalion, Va. light artillery, in the actions of June 2d and 3d, Lieut J. E Sullivan commanding battery: Killed: Corp'l. W. J. Sullivan Private G. W. Thorpe Wounded: Lieut. J. E. Sullivan, slightly in face and foot; Sergt. G. H. Banghman, ear and neck, painfully; Privates P. B. McGuiniss, right arm amputated above elbow, doing well; W. F. Breadlow, right hand, flesh wound; Thos. Jones flesh wound, left leg; John. A. Hawley and J. E. Powell, very slightly in head. Missing: Corp'l. E. P. Smith, Privates J. T. Bradley, D. Brady, G. W. Congdon, W. B. Cottrell, G. B. Clayton, M. J. Duval. W. T. Heckler, M. W. Harris, H. Mantlo, W. W. Wood, J. T. West. The battery is now in good condition, and ready to meet the foe. Lieut Thos B. McCurdy is in command. J. K. B.
Attempting to cross the lines. --The following parties, belonging to local defence companies of this city, some of whom are detailed work men at the Tredegar Iron Works, were arrested yesterday while attempting to go to the enemy; T. Evans and Thomas Jones, members of Major Wm. E. Tanner's battery; John Paul, co A, 6th Va battalion; F. A. Howell, co B, 1st Va. battalion; and Geo. Smith, Johnson's battery. White our State forces were in the neighborhood of Bottoms's Bridge, these men obtained permission to go a short distance from camp; but as soon as they got out of sight, they changed their direction and struck a bee line for the Yankee camp on this side of the river, a few miles below. Meeting with some of our cavalry, however, a short distance after they started, they were compelled to take to the woods, where they skulked about till yesterday, when they again fell in with our scouts, about three miles from their old camping ground, and were captured. Jeremiah Artes, of the
The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1865., [Electronic resource],
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Richmond Circuit court, January 14th. --The estate of Thomas Jones, deceased, was, on motion of Mrs. Jones, by counsel, this day committed to the hands of H. K. Ellyson, sheriff of Richmond, for administration. A return to the writs of habeas corpus in the case of Solomon Lillinfield, claiming exemption as an undomiciled foreigner, was made to-day, and the further hearing of the case postponed to Wednesday next. Mr. James Lyons for affiant. A writ of habeas corpus was granted upMrs. Jones, by counsel, this day committed to the hands of H. K. Ellyson, sheriff of Richmond, for administration. A return to the writs of habeas corpus in the case of Solomon Lillinfield, claiming exemption as an undomiciled foreigner, was made to-day, and the further hearing of the case postponed to Wednesday next. Mr. James Lyons for affiant. A writ of habeas corpus was granted upon petition of Josiah H. Harris, of Hanover county, who claims exemption as an overseer of the poor, and was made returnable to the 19th instant. The process was directed to Captain Grovers, of company E, Fifteenth Virginia regiment, in whose company petitioner now is. Mr. Lyons concluded his argument in the case of the undomiciled foreigner, which has been before the court for some time, but was delayed in consequence of the sickness of Mr. Lyons. The court reserved its decision until so
The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1865., [Electronic resource], Gardener for sale. (search)
Running persons through the lines. --Detectives Jones and Fitchett arrested, on Saturday night, John Munn, of this city, upon the charge of running persons through the lines. Munn had bargained to carry a white man through in a couple of hours, receiving in advance five hundred dollars for that purpose. When arrested, he was about starting off with his man. He is an old offender, and is already under heavy bonds to answer a similar offence.