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

212 John C. Ferris, ad School-furniture, books, fences, house, 1862 and 1863 Athens, Ala

minist'r of John &c., taken, used, and destroyed, and Donohue Smith. loss of business, by United States

Army 213 Levi Phillips. Stock of goods, furniture, &c., taken, Feb. 17, 1863, Memphis, Tenn

used, and destroyed, and damage to and 1864.
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.
215 Nazaire Lemieux 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.
217
Samuel Simpson Illegal imprisonment by United States. Dec. 1, 1864 New Orleans, La $35, 873 97

Cotton burned by United States Army. Mar. 15, 1864 Alexandria, La.. 44, 304 77
218 Wilhelmina Birdsell. Mules, sugar, and furniture used and July 8, 1863 Jackson, Miss.

5, 000 00
destroyed by United States Army.
Boots, shoes, dry-goods, &c., used and Apr. —, 1865 Selma, Ala

15, 000 00
destroyed by United States Army.
Damage for loss of business, health, &c.

11, 500 00 219 Joseph Lee.

Cotton seized and destroyed by United Aug. –, 1862 Cherokee, Ala

States Army.
220
William Cleary. Hay, corn, oats, mules, cows, hogs, Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga

15, 038 50
poultry, furniture, &c., taken and

used by United States Army.
Injury to person, by a United States

5, 000 00
soldier
221 Rosanna Hogan.... Two horses, 1 mule, 1 cow, 33 hogs, poul. Apr. 8, 1865 Macon, Ga

try, &c., taken and used by United

States Army.
Bridget Reardon... Rice, flour, tobacco, sugar, United Dec. 22, 1864 Savannah, Ga

States currency, &c., taken and used

by United States Army.
223
John D. Noble Lead mine and fixtures, store-house, 1861, 1862, & Newton County, Mo.
stock of goods, &c.; illegal impris.

1863.
onment, loss of business, &c., caused

by United States Army. John Carew

Tobacco seized and used by United Apr. 3, 1865 Fredericksburgh, Va. 42, 150 50

States Army. Illegal imprisonment by United States A pr. 3, 1865

Fredericksburgh, Va. 20, 000 00

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225 Jaines B. McElhose Cotton seized and sold by United Apr. 17, 1865 Charleston, S.C.

States, and interest on $11,050.70 to date of deeree of Court of Claims; net proceeds received through Court

of Claims.
226 Joseph W. Scott.. Saw-mill and lumber taken by United Feb. 13, 1864 Jacksonville, Fla. 334, 850 00

States Army.
Two houses burned by United States Feb. 13, 1864

1, 500 00
Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States. Nov. 19, 1864

200, 000 00
227 Charles Wright... Illegal imprisonment by United States Dec. 7, 1863 Obion County, Tenn
228 George Symmers... Tobacco, cloth, coffee, sugar, blankets, Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, S. C.

Hannel, whisky, wines, liquors, dry

goods, &c., burned by U. Š. Army.
229 Henry E. and Alfred Saw and grist mill and fixtures, dwell. Feb. 16, 1861 Columbus, Miss.
Cox.

ing and out-hcuses destroyed by
United States Army; bacon, sugar,
corn-meal. &c., taken and used by

United States Army.
230
James B. Smith. Horses, mules, cattle, hogs, bacon, Sept. 11, 1864 Baldwin County, Ala 33, 675 00

molasses, furniture. &c., taken, used,
and destroyed by U.S. Army.
Mules, cows, furniture, &c., taken, Mar. 1865

8,078 00
used and destroyed by U.S. Army.
231
James Bain... For mortgage-lien on property burned Sept. -, 1862 Bolivar County, Miss

by United States Army.
232
Charles Coleman; Coffee captured in the Sally Magee June 27, 1861

At sea
claimant died, and by United States steamer Quaker
case was revived

City.
in the name of L.
L. L. Coleman, ad-

ministratrix.
233 Henry F. White Illegal imprisonment by United States. Jan. 5, 1862 Taylor County, Ky. 5, 000 00
One borse and 25,000 pounds tobacco

3, 200 00
taken and used by U.S. Army.
234 John Simpson... One horse, saddle and bridle, boots,

-, 1861

Prince William Co.,
shoes, cattle, hogs, and corn, taken
and used by United States Army;
house and furniture burned by

United States Army.
235 James T. Monroe. Illegalimprisonment by United States; Aug. –; 1864 New Orleans, La..

money, clothing, and goods taken from him by U.S. officers, and steam

engine and saw-mill, &c., lost.
236 David Jacobs. Diamonds. gold and silver watches, Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia and Cam-
United States currency, bank-bills,

den, S.C.
cotton, tobacco, liquors, general
merchandise, house and hotel furni.
ture, &c., burned and used by United

States Army.
237 Rich'd H. Thompson Cotton taken äud destroyed by United Mar, —, 1863 Issaquena County,
States Army.

Miss.

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

238 Frederick A. Rolph Illegal imprisonment by United States. Nov. 27, 1862 Jackson, Tenn.
239 Anderson, Saxon & Coal taken by United States steamer Oct. --, 1863 Penguin Island..
Co.

Vanderbilt.
240 Thomas Gabriel & Timber cut adrift, lost, or destroyed Betw. Apr. 9, Altohama River, Ga.
Sons.
by United States Army.

1863, & Apr.

9, 1865.
241 James Long Tobacco seized snd burned by United Feb. —, 1865 Bristol, Tenn

States Army:
242 Alice Barton, execu- Fish taken and used by United States Aug. 31, 1862 Alexandria, Va

trix, and Wm. Co. Army.
gan, executor, of

Richard C. Barton.
243
Edwin Gerard, as- Sir William Peel, captured by United Sept. –, 1863

At sea
signee of T. A. States steamer Seminole.
Corry, J. Laycock, For cargo
and A. and S.

Henry & Co.
244 Edwin" Gerard, as- Part of cargo of Dashing Wave, cap-

signee of certain tured by United States steamers Nov. 1863 Rio Grande River.
underwriters at Owasco and Virginia.

Lloyds.
245 Edwin Gerard, as- Brig Volant's cargo,captured by United Nov. –, 1863

At sea
signee for the Uni. States steamer Virginia.
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. Wood, timber, fruit-trees, cows, horse, June, 1862, to Jackson Tenn.

hogs, mules, &c., &c., taken, used, April, 1863.
and destroyed by United States
Army, and damage to store.

247

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Award for $6, 480 June 13,

1873.

2, 132 00 And interest. Disallowed Sept. 16, 1873. 4,500 00 And interest. Disallowed April 22, 1873.

John Galo

Illegal imprisonment by United States. | April 22, 1863 De Soto County, Miss $1,000 00
Two horses, taken and used by United

1, 300 00
States Army.
248 Robert H. Watt, ad- Cattle, mules, horses, hogs, corn, mo- 1862 and 1863 Warren County, Miss
ministrator

lasses, sugar, bacon, sheep, and cot-
Hugh Watt.

ton taken and used by United States

Army.
249 Sarah Watts...... Furniture, &c., burned by United Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia and Cam.
States Army.

den, S. C.
250 Alan K. McMillan.. Dwelling and workshop, stock and Feb. 15, 1864 Enterprise, Miss.

material, burned by United States

Army.
251 Elizab'h Armstrong, Horses, cattle, flour, furniture, mer. 1861, 1862, and Creek Agency, Creek
administratrix of chandise, &c., taken, used, and de- 1863.

Nation.
Robert Armstrong. stroyed, and store-house and ware-

house burned by United States

Army. 252 James Leslie. Stock of goods (queensware and gen- May -, 1863 Jackson, Miss. 10, 000 00

eral grocery) taken and used by

United States Army.
Stock of goods (dry goods, groceries, Feb. 7, 1864 Brandon, Miss 10, 000 00

&c.) and dwelling-house, burned by

United States Army. 253 Colin J. Nicolson Illegal imprisonment by United States. Sept. 15, 1864 New Orleans, La... 500, 000 00 Loss on vouchers

3, 128 81

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And interest Claim for vouchers withdrawn at 8 per ct. May 5, 1873, and rest of

claim disallowed Aug. 19,

1873. And interest Award for $611 July 23, 1873.

15, 514 15

26, 600 00

Award for $2,544 July 18, 1873.

500, 000 00

Disallowed Jan. 20, 1873.

254 William Gimson. Dwelling-house, corn, fodder, one Feb. 19, 1863 Crittenden County, horse, furniture, flour, groceries, &c.,

Ark.
taken, used, and destroyed by United

States Army.
255 Susan B. Jackson, Illegal imprisonment and banishment Sept. –, 1863 Knoxville, Tenn

widow of John of her husband and self, &c., by
Jackson.

United States.
256 Archibald Montgom-Cotton taken and sold by United

1864 Buffalo Bayou, La.
ery.

States. Claim was on docket of

Court of Claims.
257 William B. Poynton. Match factory and fixtures and stock

Atlanta, Ga.
burned by United States Army.
Match factory, fixtures, and stock

Decatur, Ga..
burned, and horses, &c., taken by

United States Army.
258 Geo. M. Bretherick.. Saw and grist mill, and machinery, Nov. 9, 1863 Lauderdale County,
cotton, horses, mules, corn, bacon,

Ala.
sheep, cattle, &c., taken, used, and

destroyed by United States Army.
259 Samuel Miller Cotton burned by United States Army. Dec. 10, 1862 Colbert County, Ala.

One mule, pork, beef, corn, and wheat, Nov. 17, 1864

taken and used by United States Army.

220, 163 85

Disallowed Apr. 29, 1873.

9, 150 00

Disallowed Jan. 20, 1873.

13, 100 00 1, 710 00

14, 810 CO

Award for $1,170 Apr. 16, 1873.

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

No.

Name of claimant.

Character of claim.

When.

Where.

Amount
claimed.

Total am't

claimed,

Interest
claimed.

How disposed of.

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

Blanche by United States steamship

Montgomery.
261 Benjamin J. Breth- Corn, wheat, and pork taken and Dec. 30, 1864 Lauderdale County,
erick.
used by United States Army.

Ala.
262 Arthur C. and Fran- Illegal imprisonment of self and wife Apr. —, 1863 Prince William
ces Evans.
by United States.

County, Va.
Horses, merchandise, clothing, &c.,

taken and used by United States

Army.
263 Joseph B. Heycock, Loss by capture and detention of Sept. 13, 1861 Off Hatteras Inlet

administrator of schooner Argonaut by United States
John Spinney. steamer Susquehanna. No appeal

to Supreme Court.
264 Frederick W. Rug. Damage to cargo of schooner Argo. Sept. 13, 1861 Off Hatteras Inlet
gles.

naut captured by United States
steamer Susquehanna. No appeal

to Supreme Court.
265 Henry A. Moody, ad. Cotton, flour, hogs, goats, poultry, fod. 1863, 1864, Mississippi and Ala-

ministrator of der, &c., taken, used, and destroyed and 1865. bama.

Henry Moody. by United States Army. 266 John A. Thurber.... Use of and damage to dwelling; two Sept. --, 1862 | Algiers, La.

cows, vegetables, lumber, &c., taken

and used by United States Army.
267 Thomas Hebdon Brick-machine destroyed by United 1861 and 1862 Warrensburgh, Mo..

Statos Army; one mule, hay, corn,
and logs, taken and used by United

States Army:
268 Charles Sabourin. Cotton burned by United States Army. Apr. —, 1864 Natchitoches, La..

Claimant died, and Horses, surgical instruments, medi.
case was revived cines, and drugs, taken and used by
in the name of United States Army.
Jane Sabourin, ad-

ministratrix.
269 George Wigg Schooner Isabel and cargo of cotton Sept. –, 1862 At sea

seized by United States steamer J.

L. Davis and sold by United States.
270 Shand, Higson & Steamship Pearl, seized by United Jan. --, 1863 At sea.
Boult.

States steamer' Tioga and sold by

United States. 271 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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