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392 A. B. Forwood and For steamship Adela, captured by July 7, 1862

At sea James Dorrington, United States steamers Quaker City owners of Adela. and Huntsville, and sold by United

States. 393 Leech, Harrison & For cargo of steamship Adela, cap- July 7, 1862 At sea Forwood.

tured by United States steamers
Quaker City and Huntsville, and

sold by United States.
William B. Forwood. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Oct. 9,1861 New York City
395 Charles LeQuesne et For brig Dashing Wave, captured by Nov. 1863 Off mouth of the Rio
al., owners of brig United States steamers Owasco and

Grande.
Dashing Wave. Virginia, and sold by United States.
396 Simpson & Pittman. For part of cargo Dashing Wave, cap- Nov. 5, 1863 Off mouth of the Rio
tured by United States steamers

Grande.
Owasco and Virginia, and sold by

United States.
And interest on £4,637 188. 8d. from

August 15, 1864.

And
397 McDowell & Halli- For part of cargo Dashing Wave, cap- Nov. 5, 1863 Off mouth of the Rio
day.
tured by United States steamers

Grande.
Owasco and Virginia, and sold by

United States.
398 Miller & Mosman.. For bark Hiawatha, captured by May 20, 1861 Hampton Roads, Va.

United States steamer Minnesota,

and sold by United States.
399 Ezekiel McLeod, as- For bark Hiawatha, captured by May 20, 1861 Hampton Roads, Va.

signee, &c., for United States steamer Minnesota,

Thomas Potts. and sold by United States.
400 Watkins & Leigh, For part of cargo Hiawatha, captured May 20, 1861 Hampton Roads, Va.
consignees, &c. by United States steamer Minne-

sota, and sold by United States.
401 Dalgety, DuCroz & For part of cargo Hiawatha, captured May 20, 1861 Hampton Roads, Va.
Co., consignees. by United States steamer Minneso-

ta, and sold by United states. 402 Wm. T. Marshall. For part of cargo Hiawatha, captured May 20, 1861 Hampton Roads, Va.

by United States steamer Minneso

ta, and sold by United States,
403 Thomas Potts. Illegal imprisonment by United States. June 13, 1862 New York City.

Illegal imprisonment by United States. June 28, 1862 New York City.
404 Valentine O'B. O'- Tobacco burned and otherwise lost and 1863 and 1865 Richmond, Va.
Connor.

destroyed, by reason of the United
States restraining claimant from

removing the same.
405 Jos. Spence and Geo. For steamship Peterhoff, captured by Feb. 25, 1863 On the Atlantic
Fleming, owners United States steamer Vanderbilt,

Ocean.
steamship Peter- and sold by the United States; the
hoff,

cost price of said steamship, and and profits on freight; and interest on

£5 per centum per

Award for $24,300 June 30,

1873.

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

No.

406 James Wetherell... For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 On the Atlantic by United States steamer Vander

Ocean. bilt, and sold by United States. 407 William Almond... For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ..do

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States. 408 Alfred Wilson, et al For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ..do

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States.
409 Wilson, Bowles & For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ...do

Co., for Ford, Cur- by United States steamer Vander-
tis & Curtis.

bilt, and sold by United States. 410 Joseph Spence For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ....do

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States. 411 Alfred Lafone. For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 .do

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States. 412 Charles Stanley Os. For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ....do borne, et al.

by United States steamer Vander.

bilt, and sold by United States.
413 Anna Louch, (Reed, For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ...do
Louch & Co.) by United States steamer Vander-

bilt, and sold by United States.
414 Frederick D. Frost, For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863
et al.

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States.
415 Thomas P. Austin For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 - ...do

by United States steamer Vander.

bilt, and sold by United States.
416
James Holgate...... For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States. 417 Stephen Jarman & For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ....do Chas. F. Smith. by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States. 418 Stephen Jarman, Illegal imprisonment by the United Feb. 25, 1863....do passenger on the

States. Peterhoff. 419 Robert Bowden.pag-Illegal imprisonment by the United Feb. 25, 1863 ...do

senger on the Pe. States, terhoff.

0 0 And int. and

costs.

Do.

Peterh ger on the

£20,000 0 0 10,000 0 0 $30,000 0 0

Disallowed June 4, 1873.
2, 149 0 2 And £5 pr.ct. Disallowed May 10, 1873.

per ann. int.

and costs.
352 9 1 ...do

Do.

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420 Samuel Redgate, Illegal imprisonment by the United Feb. 25, 1863 ...do

passenger on the States.

Peterhoff.
421 John H. Ellsworth, Illegal imprisonment by the United
States, and damages consequent upon Feb. 25, '63

.....do
the breaking up of his business.
422 Welch, Margetson For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ...do
& Co.

by United States steamer Vander.

bilt, and sold by United States. 423 George Wilson and For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 .do WalterArmstrong. by United States steamer Vander.

bilt, and sold by United States. 424 Grant, Brodie & Co.. For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ..do

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States.
425 Hine, Mundella & For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ...do
Co.

by United States steamer Vauder

bilt, and sold by United States. 426 Ernest Ellsworth... For part of cargo Peterhoff, captured Feb. 25, 1863 ..do

by United States steamer Vander

bilt, and sold by United States.
427 Thames and Mersey For insurance on cargo of the Dash- Nov. 5, 1863 Off mouth of Rio
Marine Insurance ing Wave, captured by the United

Grande.
Comp'y, (limited.) States steamers Owasco and Vir-

ginia, and sold by United States.
Net proceeds received through act

of Congress.
428 British and Foreign For insurance on cargo of the Dash. Nov. 5, 1863 .do

Marine Insurance ing Wave, captured by United
Company, limited, States steamers Owasco and Vir-
and John Young ginia, and sold by United States.
and James Bird, Net proceeds received through act
liquidators of the of Congress.
English and Scot-
tish Marine Insur.

ance Company
429 Edward Bates, M.P. For steamship Georgia, captured by Aug. 15, 1864 At sea

United States steamer Niagara, and

sold by United States.
430 Henry Lafone and Cotton taken and sold by United Dec., 1864 Savannah, Ga.
John T. Lawrence

States. Claim in the Court of

Claims
John T. Lawrence.. For steamer Banshee, captured by Nov. 21, 1863 Cape Lookout..

United States steamers Grand Gulf
and Fulton, and sold by United

States.
For steamer Tristram_Shandy and May 15, 1864 At sea

cargo, captured by United States
steamer Kansas, and sold by United
States. No appeal to Supreme
Court.

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

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2,515 2 0 And 5 per ct. Disallowed May 10, 1873.

per annum
interest
acd costs.

4, 615 2 11 | and interest. Award for $5,065 Sept. 22, 1873.

30, 000 0 0 46, 895 0 0

Award for $15,700 May 10,1873.
And interest. Award for $133,296 Aug. 16,

1873.

$8,099 00

Disallowed June 16, 1873.

$15, 000 00 10, 000 00

Award for $830 Aug. 19, 1873.
Award for $1,020 Sept. 22, 1873.

4, 500 00

Disallowed Apr. 14, 1873.
Disallowed Apr. 3, 1873.

7,000 00

1, 783 00

And int...

Dismissed without prejudice

and for want of jurisdiction
March 22, 1873.

1, 400 00

Award for $610 May 6, 1873.

600 14

440 Robert Sinclair et al. For part of cargo Peterhoff captured Feb. 25, 1863 On Atlantic Ocean.

by United States steamer Vanderbilt and sold by United States. Net proceeds received through United

States Supreme Court. 441 Edgley & Watts. For part of cargo Peterhoff captured Feb. 25, 1863 On Atlantic Ocean

by United States steamer Vanderbilt and sold by United States. Net proceeds received through United

States Supreme Court. 442 John Riley,manager For bark Springbok captured by Feb. 3, 1863 At sea

of insurance com- United States steamer Sonoma. pany and assignee

of Thomas May. 443 George F. Cauty. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Dec. 24, 1863 New York City 444 Insurance compa- For cargo of Circassian captured by May 4, 1863 Off coast of Cuba...

nies and under- United States steamer Somerset.

writers at Lloyds.
445 Janet Mason, "ad- Derricks, harness, drill, shovels, picks, Summer 1862 Cheatham County,
ministratrix of lumber, steel, wagons, and black-

Tenn.
Wm. C. Beattie. smith's tools taken, used, and de-

stroyed by United States Army.
446 John Tovell.

Illegal imprisonment by United States. Nov. 9, 1862 Nashville, Tenn. 447 Elizabeth Brain, ex- Illegal imprisonment of her husband Nov. —, 1861 Washington, D.C.

ecutrix of John by United States.

Brain.
448 William Ivey and Hats, caps, boots, and shoes, taken and Oct. 15, 16, & Lexington, Mo.
John Ivey.
used by United States Army.

17, 1864.
449 Catharine Jane For schooner James Douglas, found -1862 At sea
Johnson.

abandoned at sea by United States
steamer Monticello, and afterward

used by the United States.
450 Hannah R. Downing. Damage to store-house by United May 1, 1863 Raymond, Miss

States Army.
One horse, wagon, harness, saddles,

hogs, sugar, corn-beef, bacon, cows,
calves, kitchen furniture, tableware,
&c.,

taken, used, and destroyed by

the United States Army.
451 John Reid

24 head of cattle and 400 bushels of Apr. 7, 1865 Buckingham Coun

wheat, taken and used by United

States Army.
452 Jas. Faill and John Tobacco, part of cargo of the Hiawa- May 20, 1861 Off Hampton Roads,
M. McCulloch, ex- tha, captured by United States

Va.
ecutors of Charles steamer Minnesota, and sold by
McEwen.

United States. 453 George Campbell... For detention of schooner Jane Camp- Dec. –, 1861 Off coast of North bell, and cargo and stores used by

Carolina.
United States.

600 00

1, 183 00

ty, Va.

£1,550 0 0

And int...

Award for $6,090 June 30, 1873.

3, 260 0 0

And int.

Disallowed July 18, 1873.

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