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The Daily Dispatch: May 20, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
Scanlin wounded: Corp'ls Wm Evans and John Baker, Privates John Archev J H Forbis, J Reynolds, C Griffith, Jr, George Yingler, and L a B Terry. Company D Copt. Wilson.--killed: 1st Lieut G W Hall, Privates M H Parker and Wm P Tolley wounded: Corp'l H H Boyd, Privates Wm L Lynch, G T Lynch, L C Hall, E S McCartney J W Varoter, J P Wellhelm, J H Willhelm, and S Chapman. Company E. Capt Frazer.--killed: Private G W Harper Hugh Irvine, and Wm Robertson. Wounded: 1st Serg Wm Frazer Sergt Thomas West, Privates Jas Whits, John Bibo, John Ackerly, Geo Goodbar, John P more, Geo Noel, and P Carroll. Company F. Lieut Moore.--killed: Robert Daniel, wounded: Lieut R M Moore, Greg Hauger Corp'l H W Haws, Privates J J Meys, a J Ballard, and Thomas Holt. Company G, Copt. McEldowney.--killed: none. Wounded: 1st Serg M W Sneakey, Corp'l J Benson, Privates Wm Allman, P F Huffman, Jas Graham, Jas Frazer, Jas Rees, Jas T Pexton, and Arch Smiley. Company H, Copt. Bonde.--wounded: Capt
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday thirteen citizens were fined various amounts for selling liquor without licenses; James M. Graham, charged with stealing a malice and contents from D. F. Brockner, was examined and discharged; William J. Walker was sent to the Hustings Court for stealing an overcoat worth $100 from Edward Boyle; L. F. Fountain was examined for behaving disorderly in the Theatre and let off; John Burges, a lad, charged with breaking A. B. Lipscomb's grindstone, was let off; case of Mike Sweeny, for stabbing Fred. Deitrick in the neck, on 17th st., was continued, D. not being able to appear; a citizen was fined for holding an auction in the street contrary to the ordinance; Ross Berry, a free negro, was tried for entering B. T. Thomas's room and threatening to demolish that individual, to the alarm of the neighbors. This case proved "great cry and little wool." Defendant was let off.
ge numbers of troops are leaving Memphis to reinforce Grant. A dispatch dated Louisville, 15th inst., (St. Louis,?) says that the rebel sympathizers were departing. The scene was touching from the sobbing and weeping at the separation of fathers, mothers, and daughters. Men with families were allowed to take one thousand dollars; those without families, two hundred dollars; the balance of their property to be taken by the Government. Memphis dates of the 15th state that Adjutant General Thomas had formed ten full regiments of "contrabands," and expects many more. Burnside's letter to the Circuit Court of Ohio, relative to Vallandigham, says: "If I were to find a man from the enemy distributing the speeches of their public men, tending to destroy the confidence of the army, I would have him tried and hung. Why should the speeches of those, in our midst be allowed?--He should be treated likewise. Every power I possess on earth from the Giver above will be exerted, at