Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: January 1, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Hicks or search for Hicks in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

ed at Toronto, Canada, undertook to desert on Thursday, by crossing to Rochester in a sail boat. They were pursued by two or three English soldiers in a row boat, and were overhauled when they had got within five or six miles of the American shore. Refusing to heave to, the pursuers shot at the fugitives with a gun, wounding each of them. They then took them back to the fort without difficulty. Miscellaneous. On Tuesday last a committee from the 3d Maryland regiment waited on Governor Hicks, and presented to him, on behalf of the officers of the regiment, a handsome service of silver, consisting of a salver, pitcher and goblets, gotten up in a very elaborate style and bearing an appropriate inscription. On Friday last the second military execution, which has occurred during the present war, took place on a private in the First Kentucky regiment, having been tried and convicted of desertion, was shot in the presence of his brigade on that day. The deserter fell pierced