Richmond Dispatch, 11/25/1862

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 11/25/1862, p. 1, c.

Prison Items. The following subjects were received at Castle Thunder yesterday, viz: G. W. Wagner, William Moore, Charles Ward, and Jas. P. Bruce, deserters from the army, sent from Lynchburg; A. B. Wharton and Jordan Southwark, of the Caroline Light Artillery, deserters; Michael Burk, watchman at the Chimborazo Hospital, sent by the Sergeant of the guard there for drunkenness and disorderly conduct; Thos, Mea, John H. Stephens, and William A. Godfrey, soldiers, for safe-keeping.

The detectives of the Assistant Provost Marshal of the Eastern District made a raid yesterday on several establishments in the lower part of the city who were supposed to deal in liquor. They entered the houses of John Baxter, Franklin street; James Burns, of the City Arms, Wall street; Peter Hutchinson, opposite thereto; Tim Callahan, near the Old Market, Harry Blockman, on Main street, and Henry Magee, keeper of the Alabama House, near the 1st Market. But little liquor was found. The parties who appeared to be guilty were paroled for trial before the Court-Martial now in session here.

 

 

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