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The Daily Dispatch: October 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Prison Items. --Alexander Clayton and Andrew Donovan, the soldiers tried before the C. S. District Court and acquitted, were yesterday sent back to prison to be transported to their regiments. --John Beaty was arrested and caged last night on the complaint of Mary Tracy, who charges him with taking her clothes. The cage was left Saturday night, eighty-seven negroes, male and female having been pounced upon while enjoys in the activities incident to a grand party.
d, unless a new indictment be found against the members of the Typographical Socity. C. S. District Court.--October, 13th, Fremonts James D. Halyburton, Judge, and P. District Attorney. Alexander Clayton, a returned paroled Confederate soldier, was set to the bar to be tried for misdemeanor for having tried to pass a Yankee Imitation of a $20 Confederate Treasury note as genuine money. The jury did not deem the evidence sufficient to convict, and acquitted the defendant. Andrew Donovan, a soldier, for some time past in confinement on a similar charge, was ordered to be let out of prison, no indictment having been found in his case. Decrees were entered against Wm. J. Betterton, James M. Cobbs, and the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company, for the payment of money due by them to certain alien enemies to Confederate Receiver John M. Speed, of Lynchburg, Va. Geo. W. Elam, Curtis Pridgeon, and a number of other men, charged with offences against the Government