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The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1863., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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Disloyalty under cover of foreign protection papers-persuading Confederates to desert. Adam Scharer, a resident of Danville, Va., with protection papers in his pocket from the Bavarian Consul, in the "Grays," it appears that sometime since the letter alluded to was written by a certain Adam Scharer, for some time past residing in Danville, and addressed to his brother, formerly a member of vised the brother to desert to the enemy at the first opportunity and promised on the part of Adam Scharer that he (Adam) would shortly meet him in Baltimore, as he intended to go North. Now, the broiving the information conveyed to his Honor, that functionary ordered the immediate arrest of Adam Scharer, and caused him to appear before him. It was discovered in the investigation that Adam SchareAdam Scharer had been allowed exemption from military service on the ground of a foreign protection in the shape of a certificate from the Consul of the Bavarian Government at Norfolk, who declared him to be a c