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The Daily Dispatch: March 23, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Lietuded in these were seventy-three officers. The troops are composed of Western men--Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois, having the largest number of representatives. The following off cars were registered, viz: Col. John Coburn, , acting Brig-Gen'l; Col. H. C. Gilbert, 19th Mich, Col. J. P. Baird, 86th Ind; Col. W. L. Utley, 22d Wis; Lt-Col J. M. Henderson, 33d Ind; Lt-Col. A. B. Crane, 85th Ind; Maj. W. E. Shefter, 19th Mich; Maj. R. E. Craig, 85th Ind; Maj. L. T. Miller, 33d Ind; Capt. J. S. F. Smith, co. A. 19th Mich; Capt. C. P. Lincoln, co C, 9th Mich; Capt Phelix Duffle, co K, 9th Mich; Capt Chas. A. Thompson. jr., co F, 9th Mich; Capt A. J. Kellam, co D. 22d Wis; Capt Perry Tracy, co I. 22d Wis; Capt C. W. Biglow, co G, 19th Mich; Capt Jno. J. Baker, co E, 19th Mich; Capt C. H. , co I, 19th Mich; 1st Lieut L. T. Wing, co C, 19th Michigan; 1st Lieut Geo. T. Schafer, co A, 19th Michigan; 1st Lieut David Anderson, co H, 19th Michigan; 1st Lieut David J. , co H, 19th Mich; 1st L
ccasion afterwards several times to sell himself advantageously as a substitute leaving, in nearly every instance, as soon as he had realized the pecuniary advantage to be expected by the transaction. John, slave of Henry Spradling, was ordered to be committed to jail as a runaway. The owner of this darkey is a Georgia soldier. William A. Brazeal and John Watson, two soldiers, of Hood's division, were arraigned for conducting themselves in a disorderly manner at the Theatre on Friday night. while under the influence of ardent spirits. Joseph, slave of Wm. H. Fry, was charged with insolence to Mrs. Peter Harris. She did not appear, and the Mayor let him off. Oscar a small boy, owned by Mrs. Tucker, Moore, slave of Mrs. Smith, and Polly, slave of A. J. Crane, were charged with being concerned in the abduction of a gold watch, worth $75, and a neck-tie, from R. H. Hale. There were strong grounds for suspicious, but no direct proof, and the parties were discharged.