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

Iron and brass foundery, machinery, July -, 1864 Atlanta, Ga.
shops, lumber, wood, coal, oil-cloth,
&c. destroyed by United States
Army; two horses, harness, and
buggy, &c., taken and used by
United States Army; and damage
to dwelling, orchard, &c., by United

States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army. Jan. —, 1865 Arkansas and Louis-

iana.
For rent of mansion-house and prem- 1861,1862, and Alexandria County,
ises called “Rosslyn;" damage to 1863.

Va.
same, loss of crops, and destruction
of dwelling by fire while in posses-
sion of United States, and interest

to December 31, 1871.
Illegal imprisonment by United States Aug. -, 1863 Greenbrier County, $400 00

W. Va.
Two horses, wagon, harness, apple

1, 149 00
brandly, meal, corn, flour, bacon,

Int. 936 46
quilts, &c., taken and used by

United States Army.
Current money, four horses, wagon, Aug. – -, 1863 Alleghany County, 2, 101 50

barness, clothing, and oats taken

and used by United States Army:
Illegal imprisonment by United States.

1, 500 00
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 Bend,
neglect of the United States Army.

hear Natchez,

Miss.
Cotton burned by United States Army. July 17, 1863 Copiah County, Miss
Saw and grist mill and machinery, &c., Feb. 17, 1865 Lancaster County,
burned by United States Aimy; and

S. C.
grain, flour, books, clothes, &c.,
• taken by United States Army.
Two cases books seized by United

1861 Charleston, S. C.
States Army.
Illegal imprisonment of her husband Oct. —, 1862 Memphis, Tenn..
by United States, and goods, books,
and papers taken, used, and de-
stroyed by United States Army.

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58, 367 50 And 7 per ct. Award for $9,837 Sept. 24, 1873.

interest.

Samuel and Richard For furnishing food and lodgings to 1861 to 1864 Scott County, Tenn Roberts.

United States officers and soldiers, and provender for United States

horses.
345 Jos. Fry Mogridge. Dry-goods, glass-ware, stationery, gro- 1863 & 1865 Selma, Ala.

(Was born in the ceries, drugs, medicines, liquors, &c.,
United States.) taken, used, and destroyed by

United States Army.
346 William H. Stewart, Cotton seized by United States

1865 Charleston, S. C
executor of Chas. Cotton burned by United States Army.

1865 Camden, S.C. E. Stewart.

Loss on forced sale of horses, car

riages, and removal of wine, glass, plate, and destruction by bombard

ment of furniture, china, &c.
347 Francis Tumblety - Illegal imprisonment by United States. Mar. 1865

Illegal imprisonment by United States. May 6, 1865 Saint Louis, Mo.
Personal property and valuables taken May 6, 1865

by United States Army.
348 Robert Armitage....Loss on sale of dwelling-honse and fur. Jan. 6, 1865 Savannah, Ga.

niture, rope, twine, needles, leather,

&c., taken by United States Army. 349 Nelson McStea.. Cotton seized and sold by United Oct. -, 1863 Parish of Concordia, States. Claim in Court of Claims.

La.

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Dismissed for want of juris

diction, without prejudice
to the prosecution of the
claim elsewhere, Jan. 20,

1873.
Disallowed Oct. 3, 1872.

£95 0 0

war.

$75 00

Disallowed Oct. 3, 1872.

Gold.

100, 000 00

5,894 42

Award for $5, 390 May 6, 1873.
Disallowed Sept. 16, 1873.

350 Thomas N. Crosse.. Books, manuscripts, wearing apparel, During the Fredericksburgh, Va

mineralogical specimens, gold, and copper, &c., destroyed by United

States Army. 351 | Elizabeth G. Warne- Trunk of books, music, and clothing, , 1862 Fredericksburgh, Va ford.

left with Her Britannio Majesty's

vice-consul, and destroyed.
352 Joseph W. Binney. Illegal imprisonment by United States. June 14,1864 New York City
353 John Butterworth Cotton burned by United States Army. Feb. 28, 1865 | Camden, S.C.

and John HO-
worth, executors

of Henry Kay.
354 William R. Hodges.. Loss on cotton seized by United States. Aug.--, 1864 Fort Adams, Miss.. 106, 850 60

For restitution of tax on sugar, mo- 1863 to 1865 New Orleans, La 20, 924 04

lasses, and cotton, paid to the United

States.
Cotton part seized ani part destroyed 1864 Alexandria, La 425, 040 00

by United States Army.
Cotton part seized and part destroyed

1864 Mississippi

224, 600 00
by United States Army.
Sugar and molasses destroyed by act

1864 Parish of Point Cou- 35, 175 00
of United States Army.

pee.
Sugar destroyed by act of United

1864 Parish of Saint Mar- 81,565 84
States Ariny.

tin, La. Cotton destroyed by act of United --, 1864 Louisiana and Mis- 580, 000 00 States Army.

sissippi.

* 1, 474, 155 48 And interest Award for $34, 150 Sept. 22,

1873.

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

355 Charles Hodges.. Loss on cotton seized by United States, Mar. 24, 1864 Fort Pike, La

$21, 292 87 And interest Award for $2.335 March 17,
and expenses incurred thereby.

1873.
356 Joseph Murphy. Lumber, wheelbarrows, shovels, mat- June-, 1863 Parish of Madison, $4, 260 00
tresses, blankets, cooking utensils,

La.
&c., taken and used by United States

7, 260 00

And 8 per ct. Award for $5,814 July 25, 1873.
Army.

interest.
Loss on contract for building levees,

3, 000 00
&c.
357 Edward McHugh, Illegal imprisonment of his son by the Dec. 19, 1863 New York City £30, 000 00

administrator of United States.
James McHugh. Loss on goods at Bermuda in conse-

4, 330 140

£34, 330 140
1862

Disallowed Oct. 5, 1872.
quence of son's imprisonment.
358 Thomas H. Rollason. Electro-plated ware, shipped and re. Apr. 19, 1861 New Orleans, La.

23 172

Disallowed Oct. 3, 1873.
ceived at the custom - house, and

lost.
359 Elizabeth Sherman, Abduction and illegal imprisonment May 1, 1864 County of Essex,

$2,585 00 Gold, and 6 Disallowed May 8, 1873.
administratrix of of her husband by United States.

Canada.
Thomas F. Sher-

interest.
man, alias Thomas

J. Miller. 360 Martha M. Calder- Cotton taken and destroyed by United -, 1864 Louisiana and Ar

3,050, 135 00 And interest Disallowed Sept. 25, 1873.
wood, executrix of States Army.

kansas.
John Calderwood.
361 | Mary Irwin....... Cotton, mules, horses, corn, furniture, May & June, Parish of West Feli- $83, 400 00
silver-plate, cattle, and meat, taken 1863.

ciana, La.
and used by United States Army.
Sugar, molasses, horses, buggy, corn, May & June, | Parish of Point Cou.

23, 450 00
and cow taken and used by United

126, 850 00

cent.in 1863.

Disallowed May 10, 1873.

terest.
States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States. May & June, Parish of Point Cou- 20, 000 00

1863.
362 Llewelyn Crother.. Illegal imprisonment by United States. July 9, 1863 Baltimore, Ma

10, 000 00

Award for $100 May 9, 1873. 363 John G. Rennicks... Illegal imprisonment by United States. -, 1863 | Nashville, Tenn.. 100, 000 00 Goods and stores seized by United

84, 000 00 184, 000 00

Disallowed Mar. 6, 1873.
States Army.
364 John M. Vernon ... Cotton, tobacco, sugar, molasses, flour, During war

Georgia, Alabama, £298, 133 0 0
rosin, turpentine, coffee, chiccory,

The claim for cotton, &c., and
rice, salt, tea, raisins, spices, medi-
Mississippi, Lou-

80 much of claim for im.
cines, oils, whisky, gin, rum, brandy,
isiana, Tennessee,

prisonment which was after South ale, porter, cigars, &c., and two ship's

Carolina, £338, 133 00

the 9th of April, 1865, was boats, supposed to bave been taken,

Kentucky,
Vir

withdrawn by the claimant used, and destroyed by United States ginia, and North

July 7, 1873; the rest of the Army. Carolina.

claim was disallowed Sept. Illegal imprisonment by United States.

40,000 0 0

17, 1873.

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80, 000 00 6 per cent.

185, 184 00 301, 009 24

195, 501 16

365 William Dean & Co. Cotton seized and sold by United Dec. 23, 1864 | Savannah, Ga.

States, now pending in Court of

Claims.
366 William Battersby.. Cotton seized by United States, now Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

pending in Court of Claims.
367 David & Thomas Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.
Harrison.

Net proceeds received through the

Court of Claims.
368 John K. & Edward Cotton seized by United States, now Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga
Cross.

pending in Court of Claims.
369 William Tipper & Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.
George Taylor. Net proceeds received through the

Court of Claims.
370 John McLennan Steamer M. Perry, captured by Oct. 14,

United States steamer Keystore

State. No appeal to Supreme Court.
371 Ernest Dronke Cotton burned by United States Arnty. April 9, 1865 Camden, S.Ç.
372 Stephen Watson Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 23, 1864 | Savannah, Ga.

Net proceeds received through Court

of Claims. 373 Charles Hill

Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

Now pending in Court of Claims. 374 Charles Meyers... Cotton seized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

Net proceeds received through Court

of Claims.
375 Alexan'r Collie et al. Cottonseized and sold by United States. Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

Now pending in Court of Claims.
376 Alexan'r Collie et al. Cotton burned by United States Army. -, 1864 Oxford, Ga.
377 Edward Pembroke. Steamer Granite City and cargo, cap- Mar. 22, 1863

At sea.
tured by United States gun-boat Tio.

ga. No appeal to Supreme Court.
378 Owners of the cargo For cargo of the Will-o-the-Wisp, cap- June 3, 1861 Off Matamoras, Mex-
of Will-o-the-Wisp. tured by the United States steamer

ico.
Montgomery. No appeal to Supreme

Court.
379 William H. Fisher, For vessel Minnie, &c., captured by April 20, 1863 At sea
in re Minnie.

the United States steamer Lodona.

No appeal to Supreme Court.
380 Robert M. Reid.. Wines, tobacco, soap, allspice, water. May - 1864 Fredericksburgh, Va.

coolers, goods in his store, &c., taken

and used by United States Army.
381 Christopher Atkin- Cotton burned by United States Army. Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, SC
382 Peter Bell and Wil- Cotton burned by United States Army. Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, SC

liam Scott.
383 Mary L. Moore Cotton burned by United States Army. Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia and Cam.

den, S. C.

220, 736 80

4, 415, 905 34

440, 580 00 462, 000 00

55, 845 00 And interest Disallowed Nov. 14, 1872.

£3, 876 30

$2, 194 50

son.

£4,576 0 0 And interest Disallowed Sept. 16, 1873.
15, 794 16 8 And interest. Disallowed Sept. 12, 1873.
2, 296 76 And interest Disallowed Sept. 16, 1873.

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

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