Richmond Dispatch, 8/1/1862

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From the Richmond Dispatch, 8/1/1862, p. 1, c. 5

Arrests. - John Bulger, of the 5th Louisiana Regiment, has been put in prison here for having a pass under an assumed name.—Joel Sparks, for having in his house, below Richmond, near Read's battery, on the Nine-mile road, a Yankee flag concealed.—Thomas Shechey and Thomas Fitzgerald, for attempting to get a passport on a forged voucher.—Henry Vogler, of Henrico, proprietor of "Vogler's Spring," is among the seven arrested for selling liquor to the soldiers, and now awaiting trial by Court-Martial.—Edward Courtney has also been imprisoned for inducing men to leave their regiments and obtaining passports for them under false pretenses.—Thomas Smith, for stealing blank pass ports from the Passport office.—H. B. Lipscomb, of King William, arrested on the charge of aiding and abetting the enemy, being subject to the Conscript law, has been enrolled and sent to Camp Winder.





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