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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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d made a part of this report, the following arrests were made during the night. Colonel G. St. Ledger Grenfell, and J. T. Shanks, an escaped prisoner of war, at the Richmond House; Colonel Vincent Marmaduke, at the house of Doctor E. W. Edwards, Nar, and citizens in connection with them: Morgan's Adjutant-General, Colonel G. St. Leger Grenfell, in company with J. T. Shanks, an escaped prisoner of war, at Richmond House. J. T. Shanks, Colonel Vincent Marmaduke, brother of General MarmaduJ. T. Shanks, Colonel Vincent Marmaduke, brother of General Marmaduke. Brigadier-General Charles Walsh, of the Sons of Liberty ; Captain Cantrell, of Morgan's command; Charles Traverse (Butternut). Cantrell and Traverse arrested in Walsh's house, in which were found two cart-loads large size revolvers, loaded anded in a room in the city. Also arrested Buck. Morris, Treasurer Sons of Liberty, having complete proof of his assisting Shanks to escape, and plotting to release prisoners at this camp. Most of these rebel officers were in this city on the same
he city to-night and release the prisoners in Camp Douglas. Colonel G. St. Leger Grangal, Morgan's adjutant-general; Captain Grattel, of Morgan's command; J. T. Shanks and Charles Travers, two hundred stand of arms, two cart loads of revolvers and a large quantity of ammunition were found in Walsh's house. The Journal, tthe same time, a detachment of the military proceeded to the Richmond House and captured the rebel Colonel G. St. Leger Grendel, Morgan's adjutant-general, and J. T. Shanks, an escaped rebel prisoner. B. S. Morris, a man noted for hatred to the North, was also arrested. They are all now confined in Camp Douglas. In a dispatch to General Crook, this morning, Colonel Sweet says: "I have complete proof of his having assisted Shanks, the rebel prisoner, to escape, and of plotting to release the prisoners at this camp." Meantime, another detachment of the military invested the residence of Charles Walsh, near Camp Douglas. His house was entered and