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Headq'rs Department ,Richmond, Va, April 19, 1864 Notice — Complaint having been made furlough have been sold, the public is notified that such sales are illegal. They are the property of the Confederate Government, and no one has the to use them except the person to whom they are said. All officers in this Department are to report violations of this regulation, that the offenders may be punished. John H Winder, Brigadier General ap 21--1w
Craddock was carried before Alderman Chandler. E. Griswold said he had heard Craddock say some time ago that he thought he had better give Ford a good flagging; and that he, witness, had threatened to discharge Craddock if he was guilty of any breach of the peace. James Nesbit said that on the occasion alluded to by the previous witness he had heard Craddock say he intended to kill Ford; hearing this threat he went down and told Ford, and advised him to arm himself, which Ford said he would not do. Gen. Winder said he had heard Ford use some rough language to Craddock, but according to his recollection, Ford made no threat of personal violence. The Mayor required the parties to give $500 security each to keep the peace for twelve months. The Mayor said it was impossible for him, from the evidence, to tell who was the original aggressor in the fight at the market-house. The only thing clear was that the parties had been engaged in an affray in the public streets.