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morning, September 14, 1862. This at or near the United States Barracks, New Orleans, on or about the 14th September, 1862.

CHARGE SECOND.

"* Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.' SPECIFICATION-In this : that Private Hiram H. Boyce, Company B, 75th Regiment New York Volunteers, did abscond from his company quarters, so that he could not be found when his company was ordered to fall in for muster and inspection, and was so reported by his Sergeant to look after him at that time. This at or near the United States Barracks, New Orleans, on or about the 14th September, 1862.

To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

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FINDING OF THE COURT.

Of the specification of ihe first charge-Guilty, without criminality.
Of the first charge-Not Guilty.

Of the specification of the second charge--Not Guilty.
. Of the second charge-Not Guilty.
And the Court does therefore acquit him.

XIII. Private JAMES SPRAGUE, Company F, 75th Regiment New York Volunteers.

CHARGE FIRST.

Disobedience of Orders." SPECIFICATION—In this: that said Private James Sprague, Company F, 75th Regiment New York Volunteers, when a member of the guard, did, after he had been ordered by Lieut. A. M. Seymour, 75th Regiment New York Volunteers, Officer of the Guard, to remain with his relief in a room that had been assigned to it, not obey said order, but absented himself from his relief, and could not be fonud for several minutes when his relief was ordered to “fall in." This at or near the United States Barracks, New Orleans, La., on or about the 19th of September, 1862, about 1 o'clock, A. M.

CHARGE SECOND.

Conduct prejudicial to Good Order and Military Discipline.
SPECIFICATION—In this : that said Private James Sprague, Company F, 75th
Regiment New York Volunteers, did, upon being ordered by Sergeant Fish, Com-
pany F, 75th Regiment New York Volunteers, Sergeant of the Guard, to repair to
his relief, use disrespectful language, by saying, “You are the God damdest Ser-
geant I ever saw,” or words to that effect. This at or near the United States Bar.
racks, New Orleans, La., on or about the 19th September, 1862.

To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded as follows:
To the specification of the first charge-Not Guilty.
To the first charge-Not Guilty.

To the specification of the second charge-Guilty.
To the second charge-Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.

Of the specification of the first charge-Guilty.
Of the first charge—Guilty.
Of the specification of the second charge-Guilty.

of the second charge--Guilty. And the Court does therefore sentence the prisoner, Private James Sprague, of Company F, 75th Regiment New York Volunteers, to be employed in police duty for two months, and forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for the same period.

XIV. Private PATRICK MAHONEY, Company K, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volun

teers.

CHARGE.

Conduct prejudicial to Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION Ist-In this : that the said Patrick Mahoney, Company K, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, did steal a knife from a negro soldier.

SPECIFICATION 2D-In this : that said Patrick Mahoney, Company K, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, did threaten to kill Private · Frank Dessens, of Com! pany K, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, for doing his duty as a good soldier. These both at New Orleans, on or about September 19, 1862. 3 . To which charge and specifications the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.

of the first specification--Guilty.
Of the second specification-Guilty.

Of the charge-Guilty. And the Court do therefore sentence him, the said Private Patrick Mahoney, of Company K, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to be confined, at hard laboi, in charge of the guard, at Fort Pickens, for twelve calender months, wearing a bull weighing twenty-four pounds, attached to his left leg by a chain, and to forfeit to the United States ten dollars per month of his pay for the same period.

XV. Private JAMES SHEEDY, of Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volun

teers.

CHARGE FIRST.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION--In this : that he, Private James Sheedy, of Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, has absented himself from upwards of sixty roll-calls of the company, without leave of his commanding officer. This at New Orleans, La., since the 21st August, 1862.

CHARGE SECOND.

6 Desertion."

SPECIFICATION-In this : that he, Private James Sheedy, Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, did absent himself from the regularly appointed drill and roll-call of his company, and was arrested outside the lines by his commanding officer. This at New Orleans, La., on or about the 8th day of September, 1862. To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
Of the specification of the first charge-Not Guilty.
Of the first charge-Not Guilty.
Of the specification of the second charge-Guilty.

Of the second charge-Not Guilty, but Guilty of “Absence without leave.” And the Court does therefore sentence the said Private James Sheedy, Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for four months.

XVI. Private FRANCIS MCGUIRE, Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volun

teers.

CHARGE.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION-In this: that he, Private Francis McGuire, Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, did absent himself from the regularly appointed drill and parade of his company and regiment, without leave from his commanding officer. This at New Orleans, La., on or about the 23d day of September, 1862. To which charge and specification the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirmed the plea of the prisoner, and do therefore sentence the said Private Francis McGuire, Company E, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for one month.

XVII. Private ARTHUR LIBBEY, Company E, 13th Regiment Maine Volunteers.

CHARGE FIRST.
66 Violation of the 9th Article of War."

SPECIFICATION 1ST—In this : that the said Arthur Libbey, Company F, 13th Regiment Maine Volunteers, at Ship Island, Miss., on the 16th of September inst., on beiug ordered by Sergeant F. E. Holmes, of Company F, Sergeant of the Guard, to go to his quarters, did refuse to do so, and did resist said Sergeant Holmes in his endeavor to enforce said command.

SPECIFICATION 2D-In this : that on the 17th of September, 1862, Corporal Plummer having been ordered by Sergeant Holmes to assist in taking said Arthur Libbey to the guard-house, said Libbey did refuse to go when ordered, and in resisting said Corporal in the execution of his duty, did strike said Corporal in the face.

CHARGE SECOND.

Drunkenness." SPECIFICATION—In this : that the said Arthur Libbey, of Company F, 13th Regiment Maine Volunteers, at Ship Island, Miss., on the 17th of September inst., did become grossly intoxicated, to the prejudice of good order and military discipline.

FINDING OF THE COURT.

To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

The Court confirmed the plea of the prisoner, and did therefore sentence that Private Arthur Libbey, of Company F, 13th Regiment Maine Volunteers, be confined at hard labor for three months, with ball and chain weighing twelve pounds. under the direction of his regimental commander.

XVIII. Private FRANK T. LANG, Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volun

teers.

CHARGE.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Militarg Discipline.SPECIFICATION-In this : that he, Private Frank T. Lang, of Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, did absent himself from the regularly appointed drills, roll-call and parade of his company and regiment, without leave of his commanding officer. This at New Orleans, La., on or about the 23d of September, 1862. To which charge and specification the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and do sentence him, Private Frank T. Lang, of Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for one month.

XIX. Private JAMES GIlgun, Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers.

CHARGE.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION—In this : that he, Private James Gilgun, of Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, did absent himself from the regularly appointed drill, roll-call and parade of his company and regiment, without leave of his commanding officer. This at New Orleans, La., on or about the 23d of September, 1862.

To which charge and specification the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT, The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and do sentence him, Private James Gilgun, of Company F, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for one month.

XX. Private MalTHEN Quinn, Company D, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volun

teers.

CHARGE FIRST.

" Drunkenness." SPECIFICATION—In this : that he, Private Malthen Quinn, was drunk in company quarters. This at New Orleans, on or about September 26th, 1862.

CHARGE SECOND

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION-In this : that he, the said Private Malthen Quinn, of Company D, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, when ordered by his First Lieutenant Averill, to give up a bottle, did refuse to obey said First Lieut. Averill; and said First Lieut. Averill was obliged to use force and to confine said Malthen Qu inn in the guard-house. This at New Orleans, on or about September 26th, 1862. To which charges and opecifications the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the 'prisoner, and sentence him, Private Malthen Quinn, of Company D, 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to be confined at hard labor for one year at Fort Jackson, and to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for the same period.

XXI. Private MICHAEL REYNOLDS, Company B, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volun

teers.

CHARGE FIRST.

"Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION–In this : that said Private Michael Reynolds, of Company B, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, did absent himself without leave on the morning of September 23d, 1862, and not return till after treat, of same date. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the 23d of September, 1862.

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* Violation of the 6th Article of War, and Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and

Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION—In this: that said Private Michael Reynolds, of Company B, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, did behave himself with contempt towards the Captain (Garvey) of his company, saying to his Captain, “ You God damned

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