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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Potter investigating Commitee--the Yankees Overhauling Gen. Floyd--interesting particulars. (search)
o show that he received his pay as Captain, and kept the office of District Attorney, given him by a member of a Republican Administration. The committee conclude "that Captain Carrington's sympathies are divided, and that such men can not be trusted to repress the rebellion or to defend the Constitution and the laws." Lloyd Harrison, Second Lieutenant in Sherman's battery. Wm. H. Craig, already quoted more than once, swears that Lloyd Harrison was also appointed lieutenant under the patronage of the Adjutant-General. He went to Alexandria and enlisted in Shafer's company. He came back and boasted that he held a commission, notwithstanding he had enlisted in the rebel army. He was appointed a lieutenant through the influence of General Thomas. Says now he was drunk when he enlisted in the rebel army. T. J. Lugenbeel swears that Lloyd Harrison, second lieutenant in Sherman's battery, is generally regarded as a Secessionist. I have heard him utter Secession sentiments.
Court. --Recorder Caskie presiding.--A youth named Fendall Thomas was brought up on Saturday to answer a charge of steal James Hermans, a small boy, testified in substance that Thomas informed him that he had found a gold chain in an alley, a to whom the chain belonged; but afterwards consented, and Thomas sold it to a countryman, giving witness $3 as his share. a few days ago, when she met Robert Purdy, on associate of Thomas, in the street, and he said he could tell her where the chain was; that Fendall Thomas had sold it, and given part of the money to James Hermans. The latter was questioned, and his d what Purdy had said. Witness then got a warrant and had Thomas arrested. The chain is worth $25. Robert Purdy was tknew about it was that he overheard a conversation between Thomas and little Hermans, the substance of which was that they found the chain, that Thomas sold it for $8, and that they went halves. Never saw the chain or the money. James Hermans