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212 John C. Ferris, ad

minist'r of John
Donohue Smith.

Levi Phillips..

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215

217

218

School-furniture, books, fences, house,
&c., taken, used, and destroyed, and
loss of business, by United States
Army.
Stock of goods, furniture, &c., taken,
used, and destroyed, and damage to
business and goods, by United States
Army.

214 Eugen's Harvey et al. Molasses on schooner Pacifique, cap- Mar. 27, 1863 Off Florida coast.

tured by United States steamer
Stars and Stripes. No appeal to
Supreme Court."

Name of claimant.

221

Nazaire Lemieux

219 Joseph Lee.

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Schooner Pacifique,captured by United Mar. 27, 1863 Off coast of Florida..
States Steamer Stars and Stripes.
No appeal to Supreme Court.

216 Benj. Whitworth et al Ship Boyne, warned off the whole May 11, 1861 Off Savannah, Ga...
southern coast by United States
steamship Niagara.

Samuel Simpson Wilhelmina Birdsell.

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

Amount Total amount
claimed. claimed.

$11,771 00

William Cleary.

222 Bridget Reardon.

Rosanna Hogan..

John D. Noble

Character of claim.

John Carew

When.

Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Cotton burned by United States Army.
Mules, sugar, and furniture used and
destroyed by United States Army.
Boots, shoes, dry-goods, &c., used and
destroyed by United States Army.
Damage for loss of business, health, &c..
Cotton seized and destroyed by United
States Army.

Hay, corn, oats, mules, cows, hogs,
poultry, furniture, &c., taken and
used by United States Army.
Injury to person, by a United States

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New Orleans, La
Alexandria, La.
Jackson, Miss.
Selma, Ala

Apr. 3, 1865 A pr. 3, 1865

Cherokee, Ala Savannah, Ga

soldier. Two horses, 1 mule, 1 cow, 3 hogs, poultry, &c., taken and used by United States Army. Rice, flour, tobacco, sugar, United Dec. 22, 1864 Savannah, Ga. States currency, &c., taken and used by United States Army. Lead mine and fixtures, store-house, stock of goods, &c. ; illegal imprisonment, loss of business, &c., caused by United States Army. Tobacco seized and used by United States Army. Illegal imprisonment by United States

Newton County, Mo.

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Fredericksburgh, Va. 42, 150 50 Fredericksburgh, Va.] 20, 000 00

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Rich'd H. Thompson Cotton taken and destroyed by United Mar. -, 1863 Issaquena County,

States Army.

Miss.

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238 Frederick A. Rolph
Anderson, Saxon &
Co.
Thomas Gabriel &
Sons.
James Long

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

Amount Total amount
claimed. claimed.

Alice Barton, execu-
trix, and Wm. Co-
gan, executor, of
Richard C. Barton.
Edwin Gerard, as-
signee of T. A.
Corry, J. Laycock,
and A. and S.
Henry & Co.

244 Edwin Gerard, as-
signee of certain
underwriters at
Lloyds.
Edwin Gerard, as-
signee for the Uni-
versal Marine In-
surance Company,
of London; also of
the liquidators of
the English and
Scottish Marine
Insurance Com-
pany, of London;
also of certain
underwriters at
Lloyds; also attor-
ney in fact for the
British and For-
eign Marine In-
rance Company, of
Liverpool.

246 William H. Slater..

243

Wood, timber, fruit-trees, cows, horse, hogs, mules, &c., &c., taken, used, and destroyed by United States Army, and damage to store.

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Sarah Watts..

Cattle, mules, horses, hogs, corn, molasses, sugar, bacon, sheep, and cotton taken and used by United States Army. Furniture, &c., burned by United States Army. 250 Alan K. McMillan.. Dwelling and workshop, stock and material, burned by United States Army. Horses, cattle, flour, furniture, merchandise, &c., taken, used, and destroyed, and store-house and warehouse burned by United States Army.

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John Gale

255

Robert H. Watt, administrator Hugh Watt.

of

258

Elizab'h Armstrong, administratrix Robert Armstrong.

James Leslie.......

Colin J. Nicolson

of

259 Samuel Miller

Susan B. Jackson,
widow of John
Jackson.

ery.

256 Archibald Montgom- Cotton taken and sold by United States. Claim was on docket of Court of Claims.

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William Gimson.... Dwelling-house, corn, fodder, one Feb. 19, 1863 Crittenden County,

Ark.

horse, furniture, flour, groceries, &c., taken, used, and destroyed by United States Army.

257 William B. Poynton. Match factory and fixtures and stock

burned by United States Army.
Match factory, fixtures, and stock
burned, and horses, &c., taken by
United States Army.

Geo. M. Bretherick.. Saw and grist mill, and machinery, Nov. 9, 1863 Lauderdale County,

Ala.

cotton, horses, mules, corn, bacon,
sheep, cattle, &c., taken, used, and
destroyed by United States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army.
One mule, pork, beef, corn, and wheat,
taken and used by United States
Army.

$1,000 00 1, 300 00S

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261 Benjamin J. Breth-
erick.
Arthur C. and Fran-
ces Evans.

262

260 James A. Macauley. Cotton burned on board steamship June, 1862 At sea

Blanche by United States steamship
Montgomery.
Corn, wheat, and pork taken and
used by United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment of self and wife
by United States.

Horses, merchandise, clothing, &c.,
taken and used by United States
Army.

266

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

Total am't claimed.

269 George Wigg.

L. Davis and sold by United States.

States steamer Tioga and sold by United States.

270 Shand, Higson & Steamship Pearl, seized by United Jan. -, 1863 At sea Boult.

Geo. Wigg & Sam- Steamer Virgin, seized by the confed- After April Mobile, Ala. uel Isaac. erate authorities, and afterward 9, 1865. captured by the United States.

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