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The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1863., [Electronic resource],
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To be sent North --J. P. Henry, a young fellow with a hectic flush upon his cheek, and a wild and rather vicious eye, was stopped upon the streets on Tuesday last by a squad of the guard attached to the enrolling office department, and carried to office. He said he had papers about him which he thought ought to allow him to pass without interruption. Capt. A. J. Watkins, the officer in charge of the enrolling office, demanded them.--They were produced, proving to be of a class not very
n Henry, gave him one or two admonitory blows on the head, and forced him to resume his seat.
That evening Henry was sent to Camp Lee, whence, upon his declaration that he was a Northern man and desirous of leaving, he was yesterday sent to the Libby prison, to be sent North.
It will perhaps be remembered that Henry was sentenced to the penitentiary about three years ago for stealing a gold watch of M. G. Whitman.
He was formerly an attache of a billiard saloon under the St. Charles Hotel.