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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ght to approve or his approve of the conduct of Col. Sinclair on the occasion) that, under the present emergencies of the service, no farther proceeding is now necessary in the case. R. Ransom, Brig.-General, President. Jno S. R. Miller 1st Lieut and Adjutant N. C. T., Judge Advocate. The same court heard the testimony of Gen. L. O'B. Branch, Capt. Thos. H. Brem, Major C. C. Petway, 21. Lieut W. H. P Lanstion, 85th N. C. Troope; Capt. A. M. Dixon, 35th N. C. Troops; 1st Lieut J. R. Warwick, 35th N. C. Troops; and there being no further evidence to introduce, Lieut.-Col. Cramon requested to have the accompanying order, granting a leave of absence, attached to the proceeding, thereby showing that he was desirous of being with his regiment on the day of battle, although his leave had not expired by two or three days. The court was to in closed and proceeded to deliberated. After making deliberation on the evidence addressed, the court flad the facts as follows: