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

Total amount
claimed.

Two horses, wagon, harness, apple
brandy, meal, corn, flour, bacon,
quilts, &c., taken and used by
United States Army.

337 Stephen J. Bradley. Current money, four horses, wagon, Aug., 1863 Alleghany County,

Va.

harness, clothing, and oats taken
and used by United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Gold, clothes, wheat, oats, saddle, &c., Nov., 1863 Pocahontas County,
and damages by United States
W.Va.
Army.
Cotton burned by rebel scouts, by Jan., 1864 Deadman's
neglect of the United States Army.

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345 Jos. Fry Mogridge.
(Was born in the
United States.)
William H. Stewart,
executor of Chas.
E. Stewart.

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For furnishing food and lodgings to
United States officers and soldiers,
and provender for United States
horses.

Dry-goods, glass-ware, stationery, gro-
ceries, drugs, medicines, liquors, &c.,
taken, used, and destroyed by
United States Army.
Cotton seized by United States
Cotton burned by United States Army.
Loss on forced sale of horses, car-
riages, and removal of wine, glass,
plate, and destruction by bombard-
ment of furniture, china, &c.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Personal property and valuables taken
by United States Army.
Robert Armitage.... Loss on sale of dwelling-house and fur-
niture, rope, twine, needles, leather,
&c., taken by United States Army.
Cotton seized and sold by United
States. Claim in Court of Claims.

Samuel and Richard Roberts.

354

Francis Tumblety

Nelson McStea..

Thomas N. Crosse.

353

352 Joseph W. Binney
John Butterworth
and John Ho-
worth, executors
of Henry Kay.
William R. Hodges..

Loss on cotton seized by United States.
For restitution of tax on sugar, mo-
lasses, and cotton, paid to the United
States.

1861 to 1864

Cotton part seized and part destroyed
by United States Army.

Cotton part seized and part destroyed

by United States Army.
Sugar and molasses destroyed by act

of United States Army.
Sugar destroyed by act of United

States Army.
Cotton destroyed by act of United
States Army.

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Books, manuscripts, wearing apparel, During the Fredericksburgh, Va
mineralogical specimens, gold, and
copper, &c., destroyed by United
States Army.
Elizabeth G. Warne- Trunk of books, musi
ford.

and clothing,
left with Her Britannic Majesty's
vice-consul, and destroyed.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Cotton burned by United States Army.

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Mar.

1865

May 6, 1865
May 6, 1865

Jan. 6, 1865 Savannah, Ga..

Oct., 1863

Scott County, Tenn.

June 14,1864
Feb. 28, 1865

Aug.-, 1864
1863 to 1865

-, 1862 Fredericksburgh, Va

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Louisiana and Mis- 580, 000 00

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Total amount claimed.

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371 Ernest Dronke.. 372 Stephen Watson..

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William Dean & Co. Cotton seized and sold by United
States, now pending in Court of
Claims.
William Battersby.. Cotton seized by United States, now
pending in Court of Claims.

381

382

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Charles Hill

Charles Meyers....

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Dec. 23, 1864 | Savannah, Ga.

Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga..

Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga. Net proceeds received through the Court of Claims.

Cotton seized by United States, now pending in Court of Claims.

Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga..
Net proceeds received through Court

of Claims. Alexan'r Collie et al. Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga. Now pending in Court of Claims.

Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga. Net proceeds received through the

Court of Claims.

Steamer M. S. Perry, captured by Oct. 14, 1861 At sea.

United States steamer Keystone
State. No appeal to Supreme Court.
Cotton burned by United States Arnty.
Cotton seized and sold by United States.
Net proceeds received through Court
of Claims.

Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga..
Now pending in Court of Claims.

April 9, 1865 Dec. 23, 1864

Camden, S. C. Savannah, Ga..

Oxford, Ga. At sea..

Cotton burned by United States Army.
1864
Steamer Granite City and cargo, cap- Mar. 22, 1863
tured by United States gun-boat Tio-
ga. No appeal to Supreme Court.

For cargo of the Will-o-the-Wisp, cap- June 3, 1861 Off Matamoras, Mex

ico.

tured by the United States steamer Montgomery. No appeal to Supreme Court.

Feb. 17, 1865
Feb. 17, 1865
Feb. 17, 1865

For vessel Minnie, &c., captured by April 20, 1863 At sea the United States steamer Lodona.

No appeal to Supreme Court.

Wines, tobacco, soap, allspice, water- May, 1864 Fredericksburgh, Va.

coolers, goods in his store, &c., taken
and used by United States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army.

Columbia, S. C
Columbia, S. C
Columbia and Cam-
den, S. C.

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

Total amount claimed.

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1873.

And interest Award for $45,684 April 24, from Nov. 5, 1870.

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