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C.--Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, &c.—Continued.

36 John G. McBain.. 23 bales of cotton seized by United Nov.or Dec., Cottonwood Point, $15, 329 68 States.

1864.

Ark. 100 bales of cotton burned by United Mar. 1, 1864 Crittenden County, 66, 600 00 States Army.

Ark. 300 bales of cotton, part seized and Summer 1864 Alabama and Mis- 137, 700 00 part burned by United States Army.

sissippi.
81 bales of cotton seized by United Fall of 1864 Memphis, Tenn..... 27, 640 00
States.

Award for $5,333 Sept. 8, 1873 ;
Tobacco seized by United States Army. Dec. –, 1864 Selma, Ala..

9, 00 00 $346, 594 68 6 per cent. 4th item of claim withdrawn
70 bales of cotton seized by United - 1864 Selma, Ala..

41, 580 00

Mar. 11, 1873.
States Army
Money seized by United States Army. Fall of 1864 Helena, Ark

2, 200 00
Corn, horses, mules, cattle, hogs, &c., -, 1863 Mound City, Ark. 6, 170 00

seized by United States Army.
Three horses seized by United States -, 1863 Memphis, Tenn..... 375 00

Aimy.
Damage to his business.

During war Memphis, Tenn..... 40, 000 00
37 Joseph J. Browne... Pictures and frames destroyed by fire Feb. 18, 1865 Columbia, S. C ......

15, 837 00

Disallowed Sept. 12, 1873.
by United States Army.
38 Annibal Maguire Cows, fences, hogs, &c., taken and April -, 1863 Parish of St. Mary,

10, 000 00

Disallowed Nov. 12, 1872.
used by United States Army.

La:
39 John Cairns & Co. 135 bales of cotton, burned by United Feb. 25, 1865 Camden, S. C.

£1,907 1 0

Disallowed Sept. 16, 1873.
States Army.
40 George Adlam.... Destruction of dwelling, stable, and Nov. 25, 1863 Near Chattanooga,

$1, 350 00

Award for $770 Nov. 12, 1872, corn-house; appropriation of horse,

Tenn. cattle, fence-rails, wood, &c., by

United States Army. 41 Henry Henderson... 31 bales of cotton, taken by United June 10, 1863 Parish of West S 7, 114 50 States.

25, 710 12 81 bales of cotton, taken by United June 12, 1863) Feliciana, La.

Award for $7,914 Nov. 26, 1872.

18,595 625
States.
42 Augustine R. Mc- Cotton burned by United States Army. Jan. - 1865 Arkansas and Louis-

1, 300, 000 00

Award for $197,190 Sept. 25,
Donald.

iana.

• 1873. 43 Frank R. Reading... Illegal imprisonment by United States July 6,1864 Washington, D.C.

30, 000 00

Award for $15,400 Apr. 10,1873. 44 John Turner...... Dwelling and out-houses destroyed May & June, New Kent County,

3,800 00 Until paid. Award for $3,056 Nov. 12, 1872.
and timber used by United States 1862.

Army.
45 Executors of R. S. Injury to real estate by United States From April, Fayette County, Ky.

9,715 00

Dismissed for want of juris-
C. A. Alexander. Army, and destroying out-houses, 1861, to 1865.

diction April 23, 1872.
(Was born in U.S.) fences, trees, &c.
46 Francis Doyle Bacon, flour, cattle, &c., taken and Dec. –, 1862 Holly Springs, Miss.

4, 040 00

Disallowed Jan. 17, 1873.
used by United States Army.
David Robert.
Iron, lumber, blacksmith's tools, use Oct. 1863 New Iberia, La

2, 420 00

Award for $1,280 Feb. 3, 1873. of shop, &c., by United States Army.

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13, 706 00

Disallowed Jan. 7, 1873.

48 Charles Cleworth. Damage to dwelling, fences, trees, 1863, 1864, & Vicksburgh, Miss.

steam-engine; use and occupation 1865. of dwelling, and damage to vault

and coffin by United States Army.
49 James Tongue.. Lumber taken and used, and destruc- Dec. 11, 12, & Fredericksburgh, Va
tion of personal effects and damage

13, 1862.
to real estate by United States Army.
50
Robert Gibson Damage to real estate, out-houses, Fall, 1864 Near Louisville, Ky.

fencing; consumption of vegetables,
hay, wood, &c., by United States

Army.
51 John I. Shaver...... Illegal'imprisonment by United States. Oct. --, 1861 | Detroit, Mich
52 William H. Wisdom Dwelling-house and factory used by During the Pensacola, Fla

the Uuited States Army.
53 John Burnside.. Mules, carts, and harness taken and Dec. 24, 1862 Parish of St. James,
used by United States Army:

La.
54 Rev. Frederick W. Illegal imprisonment...

Dcc. 16, 1864 Natchez, Miss
Boyd (a natural-
ized British sub-

ject).
55 Francis Allsop. 20 cattle, corn, horses, &c., taken anii Aug. -, 1861 Marion County, Mo

used by United States Army.
James Fagan

Tobacco destroyed by United States June 8, 1864
Army:

Staunton, Va.
Two horses and watch and chain taken Sept. –, 1864S

by United States Army:
57 George Moore Tobacco burned by confederates

18 5 Richmond, Va 58 John N. Trook, ad. Use of farm, damage to house, fences, 1861, '62, '63, Near Washington,

ministrator of Wm. trees, and use of vegetables, corn, 64, and '65. D. C. Hughes.

oats, &c., by United States Army.
59 Crow & Wylie Timber taken by United States.

-, 1864 Pensacola, Fla-
60
Michael Garry

Catile taken and used by United States Nov. 1, 1863 Lafayette Parish, La.

Army. 61 Samuel G. Levey. Illegal imprisonment by United States, May 26, 1864 Boston, Mass

loss of property, business, and credit. 62 Francis Impey

Illegal imprisonment, loss by sale of Dec. 1861 Andrew County, Mo.

land and horses taken by United

States Army.
Andrew Brown Tobacco and other goods, &c., taken, Oct. --, 1862 Ripley, Miss

use:l, and destroyed by United States

Army.
64 Charles Jolinson Destruction of machinery, material, Feb. -, 1863 Bolivar, Tenn.

and building; rent, and damage and

loss by United States Ariny.
65 Marion D. Murdock. 2 horses taken by United States Army Aug. 3, 1863 Near Jackson, La.

1 horse taken by United States Army June 27, 1864 Near Jackson, La...
Illegal arrest

Oct. 25, 1864 New Orleans, La...
Destruction of dwelling, &c

Oct. 25, 1864 Near Jackson, La..
Money and merchandise taken by Oct. 25, 1864 New Orleans, La..

Upiied States Army. 66 Rubert Davidson Gun-carriages, &c., taken by United April 3, 1863 New Orleans, La.

States Army.

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C.- Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, &c.—Continued.

500 00 3,309 62

47, 584 58

Disallowed December 4, 1872.

71 James Stott.

Illegal arrest by United States.. Sept. 2, 1863 Dexter, Me. 72 William Adam Railway stock

1862 United States. 73 Henry Holt

Woolen factory, stock, and fixtures de- July - 1862

stroyed by the United States Army.
Corn, hay, cattle, bacon, &c., taken and 1862, 1863,

Waterloo, Va
used by United States Army.

and 1864.
74 Martha A. Rayne, Cotton seized by United States Army; May 2, 1863 Parish of Saint Lan-
administratrix of part of claim on Court of Claims

dry, La.
Robert Parker docket.

Rayne.
75 William Moore Furniture, clothing, and provisions July 11, 1863 Jackson, Miss

taken and used by United States

Army.
76 John Manwaring Starch, 1 horse, bacon, &c., taken, July 6, 1864 Roswell, Ga

used, and destroyed by United States
Army, and damage to and suspen-

sion of business.
77 John Gaughen. Illegal imprisonment by United States. May 2, 1863 Westminster. Md..
78 Aaron Newberry Destruction of dwelling and out- Oct. 10, 1863 Near Chattanooga,
houses, fences, and orchards, and the

Tenn.
taking and using cows, hogs, hay,
&c., by United States Army.

68, 280 30 | And interest Court of Claims case with

drawn November 30, 1872,
and rest of claim disallowed

August 14, 1873.
1, 600 00

Award for $240 February 19,

1873. 62, 775 00

Award for $979 June 12, 1873.

1,500 00
3, 486 00

Award for $320 July 25, 1873.
Award for $32 January 17,

1873.

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79 John I. Crawford ... Illegal imprisonment by United States. May 10, 1864 | City of New York 80 Honora Maconchy.. One horse, corn, fodder, watches, &c., Feb.

1865

Bastrop, La
taken by United States Army.
81 Patrick Eagan, ad. Cotton taken and sold by United Mar. 7, 1865 Wilmington, N.C.
ministrator

of States; whisky and rum taken and
William Donnelly. used by United States Army.

Cotton claim was on docket Court of

Claims.
82 William M. Grant Lumber taken and used by United Jan. 7, 1865 New Orleans, La..

States Army, and damage to busi

ness.
83 William Irwin.. Hay, corn, wheat, oats, &c., taken and Nov. – 1862 Stafford County, Va.

used by Uvited States Army, and

damage to barn, orchard, and stable.
84 Jacob T. Moore. Five mules taken by United States July 8, 1863 East Feliciana, La
Army.

Nov. 17, 1864
85

John Carmody.. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Mar. 1, 1865 New Orleans, La.. 86 Ellen Stewart. Destruction of house, fencing, and cis. Sept. 10, 1863 Carrollton, La...

tern, and loss of rent, by United

States Army.
87 Thomas L. Deacon.. Dwelling-house and store, stock of Nov. 19, 1864 Liberty, Miss

goods, tools, and fixtures, taken,
used, and damaged by United States

Army.
88 Thomas Pringle

Corn, bacon, tobacco, horses, furniture, Mar., 1862, & Prince William &c., taken, used, and destroyed by

Apr., 1863

County, Va.
United States Army.
89 John W. Carmalt 48 bales of cotton, taken and sold by Feb. 18, 1864 Charleston, S. C

United States.
125 bales of cotton, burned by United Feb. 18, 1861 Orangeburgh, S. C

States Army
Linseed-oil, seized and used by United June 5, 1861 Charleston Harbor,
States.

S. C.
Received net proceds of cotton seized

through Court of Claims.
90
John Perry

Furniture, tobacco, Virginia bank June 1, 1864 Ashland, Va

notes, &c., destroyed by United

States Army.
91 Thomas Fraser Cotton burned by United States Army Apr. 1, 1865 Selma, Ala..
92 John W. Sharpe Mules, horses, cattle, and wood taken

1863 Rodney, Miss
and used, and damage to dwelling-

house, &c., by United States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army.

1865 .do
93 Andrew Peacock.. Illegal imprisonment by United States. June -, 1861 Nashville, Tenn..

Horses, mules, corn, &c., taken by Uni June –, 1863 Nashville, Tenn

ted States Army.
Horses taken by United States Army.

1864 Louisville, Ky
94 James and Sarah P. Cotton, mules, horses, &c., taken by May - 1864 Near Alexandria, La
Cumming.

United States.
Buildings, furniture, &c., burned by

Near Alexandria, La
United States Army.

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