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

454 Frederic Parr. Timber cut, rails taken or destroyed, 1863, 1864, & | Lamar County, Tex. $24, 660 00

rent of farm; sheep, horses, cattle, 1865.
wheat, corn, bacon, hay, oats, houses,
&c., taken, used, and destroyed by

confederate army.

Illegal imprisonment by United States. Apr. —, 1862 Fort Scott, Kans.. 200, 000 00
455 Donald Fraser Sugar, cotton, and $865 in gold taken

New Orleans, La...
by United States Army.
456 Catherine Toumey.. For being driven from her home, and Aug. 5, 1862 Baton Rouge, La. 25, 000 00

the death of three of her children
from want and exposure, by United

States Army:
Two cows and calves, and household

475 00
furniture, taken, used, and destroyed

by United States Army.
457 Henry A. Lewers One horse, one head of cattle, shot.gun, Sept. -, 1863 Clark County, Mo.. 390 00

clothing_and jewelry, taken and

used by United States Army.
And loss on forced sale of farm..

3,000 00
458 George Collie Cotton burned by United States Army. Feb. --, 1865 Columbia, S. C
459 Theodore Andreae Cotton burned by United States Army. Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, S. C
460 Daniel K. Stewart.. Use and destruction by fire of a to Oct. 10, 1863 Mayfield, Ky..

bacco-stemmery, &c. by United

States Army.
461 Henry R. Smith. Illegal imprisonment by United States. July - 1864 Louisville, Ky.
462 Alexander W. Hutch. Household furniture, clothing, library, After April Near Mobile, Ala 5, 291 00
ison.

horse and buggy, wine and liquors 9, 1865.
taken, used, and destroyed by United

States Army.
Office furniture, account-books, &c.,

Mobile, Ala..

512 00
taken and destroyed by United

States Army.
Loss and damage to business..

50, 000 00
463 | Robert MoKeown. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Mar. 24, 1863 Vicksburgh, Miss.
464
Francis Carroll Illegal imprisonment by United States. June 20, 1862 Queen Anne's Coun-

ty, Md.
465 Philip G. B. Dean Illegal imprisonment by United States Nov. 5, 1863 Off mouth of Rio
on board Dashing Wave.

Grande. 466 Henry Ward.. Cotton part damaged and part burned Spring 1865 Georgia and South by States Army.

Carolina. 467 Matthew J. Wilson.. For loss on bark"Hilja, being warnod May 12, 1861 Off Charleston, S.C.

off entering blockaded ports by United States steamer Niagara,

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469 Charles M. Nairne Wood and lumber taken and used by 1863 and 1864 Culpeper County, Va

United States Army.
Damage to dwelling, out-houses, trees,

&c., by United States Army.
470 Michael Moriarity. Two horses, two mules, and eleven Nov. –, 1864 Loudoun County, Va.

tons of hay taken and used by United

States Army.
471 Elizabeth Bennett, Three horses, hogs, sheep, cattle, corn, 1862,1863, and Culpeper County, Va

executrix of Ben- &c., taken and used by United States 1864.
jamin Bennett. Army.

Occupation of farm by United States -, 1864 Culpeper County, Va

Army. 472 Alex. M. Hannah.... Cotton, horses, mule, wagon, and dress 1863 and 1864 Florence, Ala.

and undress goods taken, used, and

destroyed by United States Army. 473 Patrick McAnally Illegal imprisonment by United States. Feb. –, 1863 Lauderdale Co., Ala.

Osnaburgs and cotton yarns taken by

United States Army.
474 Thomas O'Bannon Two mules and 130 head of cattle taken July -, 1864 Arkansas County,
and used by United States Army.

Ark.
475 Robert Atkin. Illegal arrest by United States. Mar. 22, 1862 New York City
476 Patrick J.O'Mulligan Illegal imprisonment by United States. Oct. 4, 1863 Auburn, N. Y
477 0, P. Blackburne Cotton destroyed by the United States -, 1863 Mississippi

Army and the confederate army. 478 William Bowman... Illegal imprisonment by United States. Jan. -, 1864 Near Cedar Keys, Fla.

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

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1 First National Bank | United States Treasury and State Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt... of St. Albans.

bank notes, &c., taken and carried

off by the raiders.
2 Collins H. Hunting. For illegal imprisonment and wound. Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt.
ton.

ing of claimant by the raiders.
3 William Fuller and One horse lost, oně horse used, and Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt....

Erasmus D. Ful. damages to other horses, saddles, ler.

bridles, balters by the raiders, and
expenses incurred by claimants in

pursuing their property.
4 Bradley Barlow, re- United States legal tender, State bank Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt..

ceiver, &c., of the bills, and specie taken and carried
Saint Albans off by the raiders.

Bank.
5 Mariaette Field, ad. Injury to borses, loss of saddles, bri. Oct. 19, 1864 | Saint Albans, Vt..

ministratrix of dles, and halters taken by the raid-
Sylvester Field. ers, and expenses incurred by claim.

ant in recovering the same.
6 Seth W. Langdon... 7-30 Treasury notes taken by the raid. Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt..

ers from the Saint Albans bank.
7 Joseph S. Weeks.... Money belonging to claimant taken Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt...

from the Saint Albans bank by the

raiders.
8 Samuel Breck and State and national bank bills taken by Oct. 19, 1854 Saint Albans, Vt.

Jonathan Wether. the raiders, and expense incurred in
bee, jr.

pursuing their property.
9 Aldis Ó. Brainerd... Bonds, with coupons attached, taken Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt..

from First National Bank by the
raiders, and expense incurred in

pursuing his property.
10 Charles F. Everest.. United States coupon bonds taken Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt.

from First National Bank by the

raiders.
11 Frederick T. Bush For detention of ship Daring by Great Jan. 4, 1862 Calcutta, East India.
et al.

Britain at Calcutta.

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Thomas B. Wales

et al. Oscar A. Burton

et al.

7, 485 24 (Gold) inter. Disallowed April 17, 1873.

est and ex

change. 7, 622 79 And interest | Disallowed April 17, 1873. 99, 692 84 And interest Disallowed August 19, 1873.

For detention of ship Templar by Dec. 27, 1861 Calcuttu, East India.

Great Britain at Calcutta.
Bills of the Franklin County Bank, Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt.

United States legal-tender notes, and
other State bank bills taken and car-
ried off by the raiders.

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10, 000 00

And interest | Disallowed August 19, 1873.

14 Lucien B. Clough, For the shooting and killing of E. J. Oct. 19, 1864 Saint Albans, Vt.

administrator of Morrison by the raiders. Elinas J. Morri

son. 15 Josiah W. Tripp... For expulsion from Island of San Juan , 1864 Island of San Juan.

and consequent loss of lime-quarry,

&c.
16 Richard P.Buck et al. For detention of bark Patmos by Jan. 8, 1862 Calcutta, East India.

Great Britain at Calcutta.
17 William W. Hubbell As inventor of breech-loading fire- Mar. 14, 1865

arms, adopted by Her Britannic Maj

esty's Government. 18 Francis Curtis and For interest on goods shipped on ship Jan. 3, 1862 Calcutta, East India.

Samuel E. Pea- Daring, detained at Calcutta.

body.
19 Walter 0. Ashley.. Illegal imprisonment by the Johnson Sept. 19, 1864 On Lake Erie.

Island raiders.
Personal clothing stolen by the raiders. Sept. 19, 1864 On Lake Erie.
Damage to the Philo Parsons, furni. Sept. 19, 1864 On Lake Erie.

ture destroyed, blankets, money,

&c., stolen, &c. Damage to passengers on the Philo Sept. 19, 1864 On Lake Erie.

Parsons in the loss of clothing stolen

by the raiders.
Damage to owners of cargo of the Sept. 19, 1864 On Lake Erie.

Philo Parsons by the raiders.
Damages sustained by the steamer Sept. 19, 1864 On Lake Erie.

Island Queen Stock Company by
the raiders.

$1,000 00

100 00
6, 625 00

525 00

2, 843 52

5, 000 00

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Adam, William
Adlam, George
Alexander, R. S. C. A., executors of the estate of
Alsop, Fraucis...
Almond, William..
Amy, John, trustee, &c., et al., brig Volant
Anderson, William B
Anderson, Saxon & Co..
Andreae, Theodore...
Angel, Thomas Elliott, et al., bark Science.
Arkwright, Thomas..
Armitage, Laura
Armitage, Robert
Armstrong, Elizabeth, administratrix
Armstrong, Robert
Armstrong, Walter
Ashton, William.
Atkin, Robert.
Atkinson, Christopher
Austin, Thomas Phipps..

No 72 40 45 55 407 388 114 239 459 391 302 305 348 251 251 423 325 475 381 415

B.

Baer, Herman, (M. D.,) administrator
Bailey, William, and William Leetham, et al.
Bain, James..
Baines, Ebenezer
Barker, Henry James, mortgagee..
Barclay, Anthony
Barnesly, Godfrey
Barrett, Ed. Alfred
Barrow, Mary Ann, administratrix..
Barrow, George
Barron, Forbes, & Co.
Barton, Alice, executrix
Barton, Richard C...
Barry, Thomas
Bates Edward, (M. P.).
Bateman, Charles D
Battersby, William..
Beattie, James M.
Beattie, William C
Bell, Conway..
Bell, Matherwell M..
Bell, Peter, and William Scott
Bennett, William H.
Bennett, Ed. J., alias Arto Croger
Bennett, Elizabeth, executrix.
Bennett, Benjamin
Bevitt, Joseph Jackson
Bigland, Amos
Binney, Joseph Walker
Bird, James
Birdsell, Wilhelmina
Black, Charles
Blackburne, 0. P..

297 386 231 106 432

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352 245, 428

218 128 477

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