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neral Court-Martial, assembled in Richmond, Va., pursuant to paragraph two, Special Orders No. 57, headquarters department of Henrico, issued April 2d, 1862 were arraigned and tried--1st, A. Bodeker; 2d, John T. Gray; 3d; John W. Frayser; 4th, R. W. Powers, upon the following charge: [charge.] Sale or disposition of spirituous liquors, or other intoxicating beverages. To which charge the prisoners severally pleaded not guilty, and the Court, having considered the evidence, find the accused, each and severally, of the charge not guilty, and do, therefore, pronounce that the said A. Bodeker, John T. Gray, John W. Frayser, and R. W. Powers, are fully and honorably acquitted. II. The proceedings in the foregoing cases are disapproved of by the Reviewing Officer, who considers that the evidence presented to the Court fully sustains the charge preferred. The prisoners are hereby ordered to be released from confinement, and they may congratulate themselves upon having esc