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The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of the General officers in the armies of the Confederate States. (search)
s R. Bricken, A. P. Brown, (two,) and N. B. Hill, (two,) indictments for issuing small notes, were called yesterday, and the defendants failed to appear. The Court then gave judgment against the defendant in each case, for a fine of $10 and the costs of prosecution. William Burns, (of Baltimore city,) indicted for exhibiting a faro bank, was arraigned for trial, and pleaded not guilty. The following jury was sworn in the case; John B. Glazebrook, John T. Sublett, Lewis B. Thomas, Robert P. Davis, David E. Lacy, David N. Jones, Moses Millhiser, E. L. Tompkins, William A. Wyatt, William P. Regland, William Nott, and Jacob Woodson. The testimony showed some discrepancies which surprised those who heard the preliminary examination before the Mayor, and the jury rendered a verdict of "not guilty" without leaving their seats. Brigadier-General Wigfall, or Texas, testified to the good character and patriotism of the defendant. Another presentment against the same party was disp