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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1863., [Electronic resource] 26 0 Browse Search
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elonious shooting. --Yesterday morning John F. Newsom, of North Carolina, was arraigned before t squad was on duty. Some half hour after this Newsom was relieved from duty and started to his barrwas doing nothing to deserve such treatment.-- Newsom said, "You were talking to the prisoners." This J. denied. Newsom then said he did not care whether he was or was not Johnson said, "You did not he crowd approached it, and on being told that Newsom had cocked his gun at Johnson, remonstrated willed off his accoutrements, and advancing upon Newsom gave him a blow in the face. Newsom instantlyNewsom instantly sprang back, raised his musket and fired, the ball striking Grepp in the breast, tearing up the fle the commandant of Castle Thunder, stated that Newsom was on post performing his duty when he ordereg signs to the prisoners. He also stated that Newsom was on his way to his barracks when he was storesent, which he readily consented to do. Newsom, we understand, has been tried by Court-Martia[1 more...]
erday morning concluded the examination of John F. Newsom, of North Carolina, charged with feloniousce to orders, ordered him off. About 6 o'clock Newsom and myself were relieved, and obtained permission to go to our suppers. Newsom asked if we should leave our guns, but I told him no, thinking thaWe then started off, and when near 20th street Newsom was halfed by a man, (Johnson,) who said he wanted a word with him. Johnson then said to Newsom, "Why did you speak to me in such a manner at Castle Thunder a short time since?" Newsom replied, "Because you were violating orders, and you have beef you will put that gun down I can whip you. " Newsom replied, "I'd be a pretty G — d d — n fool to n more of the battalion ran up and advanced on Newsom. I tried to make peace, and was caught hold of by one of the party. As Newsom continued to back, the crowd pressing on him, Grepp ran from acrosfront, and, throwing off his coat, rushed upon Newsom and gave him a violent blow in the face, nearl[3 more...]<