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Oct.

- 1864

La.

1862

6, 000 00

550 00

272 | Joseph M. P. Nolan. Illegal imprisonment by United States

18, 1861 Saint Louis, Mo. 273 Mary Nolan.

Illegal imprisonment by United States Sept. 15, 1862 Saint Louis, Mo..
274
M. M. Bell
Molasses taken, used, and destroyed Oct.

Point Coupee Parish,
by United States Army.
275 | Joseph E. Ware.. Engine, gearing, pumps, tools, shops,

Fulton County, Ark.
iron pipe, &c., destroyed and burned
by the United States Army; molas-
ses, and sugar taken and used by
United States Army; and illegal im.

prisonment by United States.
276 George J. Jones. Illegal imprisonment, &c., by United Feb. 21, 1862, Saint Louis, Mo.
States.

Nov. 1, 1862,

Mar. 7, 1863. 277 Mary Hutchinson. Detention of and damage to schooner Oct. -, 1861 New York

D. F. Keeling by United States, and
expenses incurred on account there.

of. No appeal to the Supreme Court.
278 Ann White

Cotton seized by United States.. Feb. 5, 1865 Near Florence, Ala
279 | Emily J., Sherard, Stock of goods taken, used, and de- May 13, 1863 Raymoud, Miss

later Emily J. Gil- stroyed by United States Army.
land, administra- | Bricks, lumber, fence, posts, and i cow,

1863 Jackson, Miss
trix of William taken and used by United States
Sherrard.

Army.
280 William Brown Corn, bacon, cattle, fodder, straw, rails, 1862 and 1863 Fauquier County, Va

1 horse, 1 mule, and dwelling-house,

taken and used by United States.
281 Saunders & Son. 27 vessels and their cargoes, captured During the At sea

by United States. No appeal to Su

preme Court. 282 | Benjamin Thornton Timber and wood taken and used by Nov. – 1863 Fairfax County, Va

United States Army. 283 | George Cooper Dwellings and out-buildings, fence, Sept. 20, 1862 Memphis, Tenn

garden, &c., taken and used by Uni.

ted States Army.
284 Peter A. Spearwater For damage and detention of schooner May 31, 1863

At sea
Echo and cargo by United States
steamer Sunflower. No appeal to

the Supreme Court.
285 John, alias John F. | Illegal imprisonment by United States Oct. 20, 1861 Buffalo, N. Y.
Parr.
Carriages, buggies, iron safe, promis-

Nashville, Tenn..
sory notes, account-books, &c., taken
and destroyed by United States Ar.

iny.
286 William H. Gilliatt Furniture, clothing, &c., taken, used, Mar. 1, 1862 Clarksville, Tenn

and destroyed by United States Ar:
287 Sheldon Lewis 74 coops of fowls seized by United Oct. — 1863 New York

States on bark Matilda. 288 Oliver K. King, ad. Damages and detention of the schooner Nov. - 4, 1863 Matamoras, Mexico.

ministrator for Matamoras by United States steamer William Stewart. Virginia. No appeal to Supreme

Court.

war.

4, 000 00 9, 900 00

my.

2, 213 66

Award for $1,849 Mar. 8, 1873.
41, 392 19 $24,447.39 int., Disallowed May 6, 1873.

and int. to
date of pay.
ment.

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

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17, 990 00 and interest. Dismissed_for want of juris.

diction, June 10, 18733, claim.
ant having married an United
States citizen, and there be-

ing no British beneficiaries. 9, 728 90 And interest. Disallowed June 16, 1873.

10, 498 00

2, 254, 800 00

211, 687 40

9, 654 20

25, 915 16

came

17, 955 00

5, 195 00

299 William McKay Cotton, sugar, oil, whisky, tobacco, Feb. 7, 1865 Charleston, S.C.

beef, and coffee taken and used by United States. Cotton claim was on

docket of Court of Claims. John C. Forbes.... Cotton burned by United States Army Feb. 5, 1865 Louisiana and Ar300

kansas.
301 John Haskins. For use and damage to Factor's Cotton From Sept., New Orleans, La..
Press, Anchor Cotton Press, Louis-

'62, to A pr.,
iana Cotton Press, and Yards No. 1, '65.
2, and 3, and stables, yards, quarters,

&c., by United States.
302 Thomas Arkwright. Cotton seized and sold by United | Jan. -, 1865 Savannah, Ga..

States. Now pending in the Court

of Claims.
303 William Rose ; be. Cotton seized and sold by United Jan. -, 1865 Savannah, Ga.
an United

States. Now pending in the Court
States citizen.

of Claims.
304 Emilia J. Pothier, Cotton seized by United States.... Apr. —, 1863 Red River, La..

executrix of L. B.

Pothier.
305 Laura Armitage, Saddle, bridle, stirrups, needles and Jan. 6, 1865 Savannah, Ga

wife of Robert Ar- thread, taken by United States
mitage; No. 348 Army.
V8.

The United

States.
306 Henry A. McLeod... For schooner Prince Leopold, seized Aug. –, 1861 New York City

and sold by United States, and
$2,500 per annum, value of said reg.
sel to claimant, from September 1,

1861. No appeal to Supreme Court.
307 Norman W. McColl, Cypress lumber, machinery of saw. 1862 and 1863 Bayou Millam, La.

administrator of mill, saws, axes, chains, blacksmith's Hugh McColl. tools, carpenter's tools, material,

damage to buildings, &c., by United

States Army. 308 Robert Dignum.

Flour, pork, beef, sugar, coffee, furni. Dec. 10, 1862 Fredericksburgh, Va

ture, account-books, 'library, tools,
damage to house, suspension of bus-

iness, &c., by United States Army.
309 Lucie F. Garrett, ad. Two mules, two' horses, ten cattle, --, 1863 Parish of St. Mary,
ministratrix of building, fencing, material and im.

La.
Charles Fleming. plements in foundry, rope, &c.,

taken, used, and destroyed by United

States gunboat Clifton.
310 William Whitty... Bacon, lard, sugar, wine, wool, &c., de- May 13, 1864 Alexandria, La......

stroyed by United States Army. Molasses taken by United States Apr. 9, 1864 Bayou Robert, La

Army.

35, 000 00

18, 113 47

3, 050 00

2, 928 90

6, 800 00

C.-Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, 8:C.—Continued.

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311 John C. Burden. Nine beeves

July -, 1862 Baton Rouge, La $1, 400 00
Claimant died, and Property taker and damage to house.. Aug. 1862

2, 897 00
case was revived in Wagon and 4 mules.

Aug. 1863

1, 050 00 the name of Emma Destruction of house..

Apr. 1863

700 00
G. Burden, admin- Thirteen mules taken..

Apr. 1863

2, 600 00 $17, 447 00 And interest. Award for $9,780 July 18, 1873.
istratrix.
Seven mules taken

Jan.
1864

400 00
Loss of provisions, &c.

1864

3,700 00
Six horses taken.

1864

1, 000 00 Four hogsheads sugar and three bales

1864

700 00
of cotton.
(Taken, used, and destroyed by United

States Army.)
312 Eliza and Jane Mur- Whisky, tobacco, rubber-bands, drugs, Dec. 11, 1863 Saint Joseph, La.... 6,091 502
dock.

oil, hardware, clothing, dry-goods,
furniture, books, stationery, saddles,
harness, hogs, poultry, and money,

12, 891 49 And interest. Award for $1,121 Feb. 3, 1873.
&c., taken, used, and destroyed by

United States Army.
Damage to store-house and business

6,799 99

(Dismissed for want of juris313 William E. Hall Cotton seized by United States Army. Jan, -, 1864 Claiborne County, 142, 650 00

diction, without prejudice Mies.

175, 725 00 And interest. to the prosecution of the Cotton seized by United States Army. June 1665

33, 075 00

claim elsewhere, Jan. 20,
Claim pending in the Court of Claims.

1873.
314 Barron, Forbes & Co. Quicksilver mine from which claim- May 8, 1863 Santa Clara County,

14, 800, 000 00 And interest. Disallowed Dec. 17, 1872.
ants were ejected by United States.

Cal.
315 Andrew E.Byrne et al Damage for steamer Monmouth being May 12, 1861 Off Charleston, S. C..

£10,572 10 0 Gold, and in- Award for $40,843 July 7, 1873.
warned off the coast of all the South-

terest, and
ern States by United States steamer

costs.
Niagara.
316 S. Isaac, Campbell & For cargo of Springbok, captured by Feb. 3, 1863 At sea

£66,3781111
Co.

United States steamer Sonoma.
Costs and expenses incurred by claim.

2,000 0 0

£68,3781111 And interest. Disallowed Sept. 22, 1873.
ants.
317 James Meagher. Cotton seized and sold by the United Sept. –, 1863 Hinds County, Miss.

$70, 000 00 And interest. Part of claim withdrawn
States.

Nov. 27, 1872, and rest dis-
Claim on docket of Court of Claims.

missed without prejudice to
the prosecution of the claim

elsewhere, April 30, 1873.
318 Richard Hall Illegal imprisonment by United States. May 6, 1864 Maryland...

25, 000 00 Interest and Award for $2,984 Aug. 30, 1873.

costs. 319 Hugh Carlisle

46, 000 00 Interest and Claim withdrawn by Her Bri. Cotton seized and sold by United States. June 15, 1864 Guntersville, Ala Now pending in Court of Claims.

costs.

tannic Majesty's agent, Nov. 27, 1872.

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85, 810 00

Disallowed April 20, 1872.

33, 259 00 Gold

Disallowed Oct. 5, 1872.

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320

Elizabeth L. H. Tobacco factory and fixtures destroyed Mar. -, 1865 Goochland County,

Bowie; married by United States Army; tobacco, a United States horses, mules, flour, meal, bacon, &c., citizen.

&c., taken and used by United States

Army.
321 Laurie, Son & Co... Tobacco burned at Richmond, Va., by Apr. 3, 1865 Richmond, Va

reason of the United States restrain.
ing claimant from removing the

same.
322 Samuel Irvin & Co.. Tobacco burned at Richmond, Va., by Apr. 3, 1865 Richmond, Va

reason of the United States restrain-
ing claimant from removing the

same.
323 Eliza H. Molyneux, Injury to dwelling, furniture, &c., of Dec. —, 1864 Savannah, Ga

executrix of Ed. claimant, and cotton taken by United
mund Molyneux.

States Army.
324 George, Henry, and For depreciation in Bank of Louisiana -, 1862 New Orleans, La.

Jas. W.B. Money. stock by the "civil war."
325 William Ashton For depreciation of bank-notes taken Feb. 8, 1863 Potomac River.

by officers of United States steamer

Dan Smith,
Mouey taken by same.

Feb. 8, 1863 Potomac River.
Illegal imprisonment by United States. Feb. 8, 1863 Potomac River.
Furniture, &c., burned by United Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, SC

States Army.

Expenses in removing to place of safety.
326 John Murphy.. Cotton and turpentine seized by United Mar. 9, 1865 Charleston, S. C.....

States Army.
Rosin burned by United States Army.. Apr. 6, 1865 Williamsburgh
Claim for cotton and turpentine;

County, S.C.
was on docket of Court of Claims.
327 David J. Browne.... Cotton burned by United States Army. July -, 1863 Mississippi
Cotton burned by United States Army.

1864 Louisiana..
Cotton burned by United States Army. 1863 or 1864 Mississippi
328 William G. Ford, ad- Cotton seized and sold by United

1863 Owl Creek, La
ministrator of J. States.

G. Robinson.
329 John Q. Watkins and Dry goods taken by United States Nov. -, 1861 Kansas City, Mo.

Bernard Donnelly, Army. Claim was first filed in the
administrators of name of Samuel Jarboe, guardian,
John Shannon.

&c.
330 Thomas Kergan.. Sugar, molasses, bed and dress clothes, May 10, 1864 Parish of Rapides, La

one mule, cotton, tobacco. &c., &c.,
taken and used by United States

Army.
331 John Mews & Co Timber taken and used by United Betw. April, Georgia.
States.

1863, and

April, 1865. 332 Thomas Coates Clothing, silk, and satin dresses, &c., During the Virginia

lost while in charge of the United States Army.

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