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Massachusetts Volunteers, did, on or about the 6th day of March, 1862, refuse to obey the orders of a commissioned officer when ordered out to drill. This in the camp of the 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, at Ship Island, Miss., on or about the 6th day of March, 1862.

To which charge and specification the accused pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE.

And the Court does therefore sentence him, Private Robert Dale, of Company C, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to be confined, in charge of the guard, for one month, at hard labor, confinement to date from the date of his offense, and to forfeit ten dollars per month of his monthly pay for six months.

XXIII. Private THOMAS M. Shaw, of Company I, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Vol. unteers.

CHARGE. Wilful Neglect of Duty and Disobedience of Orders.SPECIFICATION 1st-In this : that Private Thomas M. Shaw, of Company I, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, on the morning of March 17th, 1862, did wil. fully absent himself from roll-call.

SPECIFICATION 20--In this : that he, Private Thomas M. Shaw, of Company I, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, on the morning of March 20, 1862, when ordered by his captain to march in the company street, refused to obey. This at Ship Island, at or about the time specified. To which charge and specifications the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does sentence bim, Private Thomas M. Shaw, of Company I, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars per month of his monthly pay for three months, and to be imprisoned, in charge of the guard, for the same period.

XXIV. Private GEORGE W. DODGE, of Company D, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers.

CHARGE.

Disobedience of Orders.SPECIFICATION--In this : that Private George W. Dodge, of Company D, 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, did, on or about the 16th day of March, 1862, at Ship Island, Miss., when lawfully commanded by his superior officer, Captain Ferris, of Company D. 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to fall into the ranks, disobey said lawful command of his superior officer peremptorily and insult. ingly. This at the camp of the 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, at Ship Island, on or about the 13th day of March, 1-62. To which charge and specification the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. After mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, the Court, finds the prisoner as follows:

Of the specification -Guilty.
Of the charge--Guilty.

SE TENE. And the Court does sentence him, Private George W. Dodge, of ('ompany I), 30th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars per month of his monthly pay for six months, and to be confined, in charge of the guard, for the same period.

XXV. Private Phillip ()'DONNELL, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticnt Volunteers.

CHARGE. Conduct to the preulice of Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION--In this : that Private Philip O'Donnell, of Company I, 9th Regi. ment Connecticut Volunteers, at Biloxi, in the State of Mississippi, while on duty, was drunk and disorderly; and when told by Elliot M. Curtis, his captain commanding said company, to keep quiet, refused and failed to do so, saying, "I won't,' and continued bis disorderly conduct, shaking his fists in the face of his Captain aforesaid, and using other offensive and menacing gestures and language. This on or about the 3d day of April, 1862. To which charge and specification the accused pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does sentence him, Private Philip O'Donnell, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars of his pay for one month, and to be confined, in charge of the guard, at hard labor, for one month from the date of his confinement.

XXVI. Private John C. BAYLies, Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volun. teers.

CHARGE.

Violation of the 6th Article of War.", SPECIFICATION--- In this : that Private John C. Baylies, of Company I, 9th Regi

ment Connecticut Volunteers, on board the steamer Henry Lewis, at Biloxi, in the
State of Mississippi, behaved himself with contempt and disrespect to Elliot M.
Curtis, his captain, commanding said Company I, calling him a “son of a bitch,"
and thueatening that when he should find him on the field he would shoot him. This
on or about the 3d day of April, 1862.
To which charge and specification the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does sentence him, Private John C. Baylies, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars of his pay for one month, and to be confined, in charge of the guard, at hard labor, for one month from date of his confinement.

XXVII. Private Philip McQuick, Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers.

CHARGE. Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION—In this : that while on board the steamer Lewis, off the harbor of Biloxi, in State of Mississippi, and while Elliot M. Curtis, Captain commanding Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, was telling Dennis O'Brien, First Sergeant of said company, to stop talking, [said O'Brien being noisily and insultingly talking to said Captain at the time,] he, the said Philip McQuick called out loudly and repeatedly, “ Denny is right," [meaning said O'Brien,] using at the same time other contemptuous and insulting language to his said Captain. This on or about the 3d day of April, 1862. To which charge and specifications the accused pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does sentence him, Private Philip McQuick, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars of his pay for one month, and be confined, in charge of the guard, for thirty days, at hard labor, confinement to date from date of arrest.

XXVIII. Private Peter FLANAGAN, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers.

CHARGE. Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military discipline." SPECIFICATION--In this: that he, the said Private Peter Flanagan, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, at Biloxi, in the State of Mississippi, used contemptuous and insulting language to Elliot M. Curtis, his Captain, commanding

said Company I, saying, “ Damn you," and at the same time seizing and holding his
said Captain by the whiskers. This on or about the 31 day of April, 1-62.
To which charge and specification the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature consideration, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does sentence him, Private Peter Flanagan, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars per month of his monthly pay for three months, and to be confined, at hard labor, in charge of the guard, for one month. The Court is then lenient on account of bis previous good conduct, as proven by his company commander.

XXIX. First Sergeant DENNIS O'Brien, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers.

CHARGE FIRST. * Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION-In this : that First Sergeant Dennis O'Brien, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, did say to the officer of the day of his regiment, Captain Henry P. Hennessey, that his Captain, Elliot M. Curtis, requested the discharge from confinement of Private Philip McQuick, of the same company and regiment, thus procuring the release from confinement of said McQuick, without the knwledge, authority, consent or desire of said Capt. Curtis. This near Biloxi, Miss., on or about the 3d day of April, 1862.

CHARGE SECOND.

* Violation of the 6th Article of War." SPECIFICATION— In this : that he, Dennis O'Brien. First Sergeant of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, on board the steamer llenry Lewis, off the harbor of Biloxi, State of Mississippi, on being told by Elliot M. Curtis, bis Captain commanding said Company I, to keep quiet and stop talking. (the said O'Brien talking noisily at the time,) refused to do so, telling his said Captain to take off his stripes, saying, “ By God, I will have satisfaction," using at the same time other disrespectful and insulting language. This on or about the 3d day of April, 1862. To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does therefore sentence him, First Sergeant Dennis O'Brien, of Company I, 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for six months, to have his chevrons cut off in presence of his regiment, and be reduced to the position of a private soldier.

XXX. Private Lymas J. Morey, of Company A, 26th Regiment Massachusetts

Volunteers.

CHARGE.

Disobedience of Orders." SPECIFICATION— In this : that Private Lyman J. Morey, of Company A, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, did, on the 1st day of April, 1862, refuse to put on his knapsack when ordered to do so by Sergeant B. S. Norton, of said company, and did also refuse to go with him when ordered. This at Ship Island, Miss., on the Ist day of April. 1862. To which charge and specification the accused pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
After mature deliberation, the Court confirms the plea of the prisoner.

SENTENCE. And the Court does sentence him, Private Lyman J. Morey, of Company A, 26th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, to forfeit ten dollars of his monthly pay for two months, and to be confined, in charge of the guard, for one month, at hard labor, to date from date of confinement.

XXXI. Private MAJOR S. McDonald, of the 1st Maine Volunteer Battery.

CHARGE. Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION Ist--In this : that Private Major S. McDonald, of the First Maine Volunteer Battery, was drunk, and acted in an insubordinate and unsoldierly manner, striking one man and endeavoring to strike others belonging to said Battery, and using violent and profane language.

SPECIFICATION 2d--In this : that the said Private Major S. McDonald, of the First Maine Volunteer Battery, on being ordered to his quarters by the Battery officer, refused to obey his order, using to said Battery officer insulting and improper language.

SPECIFICATION 3d—In this : that Private M. S. McDonald, of the First Maine Volunteer Battery, after having been confined in the guard tent, escaped by force therefrom ; and being taken by the sergeant of the guard of said Battery, violently resisted and defied, in the execution of his duty, the said Sergeant, and struck him a blow with his clenched hand. All this at Ship Island, on or about the 17th of March, 1862. To which charge and specifications the accused pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. After mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, the Court finds the prisoner as follows:

Of the first specification---Guilty.
Of the second specification---Guilty.
Of the third specification--Guilty.
Of the charge --Guilty.

SENTENCE.
And the Court does sentence him, Private Major S. McDonald, of the First
Maine Volunteer Battery, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of bis monthly,

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