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The Daily Dispatch: March 23, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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und the charge so well sustained by the evidence that he determined to commit the accused for the action of the Grand July in May next. The value of the articles alleged to have been stolen were adjudged to be less than twenty dollars. Edward N. Kenney, a soldier, was arraigned for stealing a gold watch and chain, worth $75, from Martha M. Herman. The prisoner was arrested on a warrant which charged him with stealing the property within the last six weeks. Directions were given the officestings Court; but, on a suggestion by Capt. E. M. Booker, as 1st act Provost Marshal, that he was now being tried by Court-Martial for a military offence, the case was delayed for ten days, the witnesses being ordered to report on next Saturday. Kenney was in the Yankee army at the battle of Bethel, but shortly after that action deserted and joined our side. He had not been long in the Confederate army before he decamped, and found occasion afterwards several times to sell himself advantageous