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X. Corporal ANDREW BERBIER, of Company B, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers.

Violation of the 43d Article of War." SPECIFICATION--In this : that he, Corporal Andrew Berbier, of Company B, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers, was found by a patrol of the 12th Regiment Connecti. cut (Brigade) Guard, on or about 11 o'clock at night, coming into the lines of the Brigade Guard, having absented himself from his quarters after retreat, without permission from his commanding officer. This at Camp l'arapet, La., on or about the 12th day of August, 1862.

CHARGE SECOND.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Oriler and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION --In this : that he, Corporal Andrew Berbier, of Company B, 15th Regiment Maine Volunteers, did molest private property, there being found in his possession one or more melons. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the 12th day of August, 1862. To wbich charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
Of the specification of the first charge-Guilty.
Of the first charge-Guilty.
Of the specification of the second charge -- Not Guilty.

Of the second charge-Guilty.
And does therefore sentence him, Corporal Andrew Berbier, of Company B, 15th
Regiment Maine Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States five dollars of his monthly
pay for one month.

XI. Private PATRICK LOONEY, of Company K. 8th Regiment New Hampshire Vol

unteers.

CHARGE.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION-In this : that he, the said Patrick Looney, Private of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, on or about the 24th day of August, 1862, did get drunk while on guard, and refuse to obey the orders of the officer of the guard. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the time specified. To which the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. Of the specification--Guilty.

Of the charge--Guilty. And does therefore sentence him, Private Patrick Looney, of Company K, Sth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, to wear a ball and chain, weighing twelve pounds, for two hours in the forenoon and two hours in the afternoon of each alternate day,

(Sundays excepted,) for one month, upon such beat and at such hours as the officer commanding the regiment shall designate ; also, to forfeit to the United States his monthly pay for three months.

XII. Private Patrick Manning, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers.

CHARGE FIRST. Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.SPECIFICATION—In this : that he, the said Private Patrick Manning, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, did, on or about the 20th day of August, 1862, call Capt. John Kelliher, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, “ a son of a bitch," and did say he ought to be shot, or words to that effect. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the 20th day of August, 1862. CHARGE SECOND.

ot Conduct in violation of the 9th Article of War.” SPECIFICATION— In this : that he, the said Private Patrick Manning, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampsbire Volunteers, when under arrest, and being taken to the guard-house by Sergeant Moriarty, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, did violently resist and strike the said Sergeant Moriarty, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, he being at the time in performance of his lawful duty. This at Camp Parapet, La., on the 20th day of August, 1862.

CHARGE THIRD. Highly disrespectful and threatening language::: SPECIFICATION—In this : that he, the said Private Patrick Manning, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, when confined in the guard-house, did say that “ he could lick that son of a bitch of a Kelliber, and that he would have bis revenge.” This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the 20th day of August, 1862. To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
of the specification of the first charge--Guilty.
Of the first charge-Guilty.
Of the specification of the second charge--Not Guilty.
Of the second charge--Not Guilty.
Of the specification of the third charge-Guilty.

Of the third charge--Guilty.
And does therefore sentence him, Private Patrick Manning, of Company K, 8th
New Hampshire Volunteers, that he be kept at hard labor for one month ; also, that
he forfeit to the United States his monthly pay for two months.

CHARGE FIRST.

Slealing Ammunition." SPECIFICATION-In this : that the said Henry Smith, private of 2d Vermont Battery, did, on or about July 16, 1862, while on guard, take from the limber chest of one of the pieces, four cartridges, which were found in his haversack.

CHARGE SECOND.

" Desertion." SPECIFICATION—In this : that the said Henry Smith, private of 2d Vermont Battery, did, on or about July 16th, 1862, desert his company, from Camp Parapet, La., and remained absent until August 22d, 1862, when he was arrested, having en isted in the meantime in the 6th Regiment Michigan Volunteers... To which charges and specifications the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
Of the specification of the first charge--Guilty.
Of the first charge--Guilty.
Of the specification of the second charge---Guilty.

Of the second charge-Guilty.
And does therefore sentence him, Private Henry Smith, of 2d Verinont Battery, to
be confined at hard labor for the period of six months, and to forfeit to the United
States his entire pay for that time.

XIV. Private RICHARD PHELAN, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers.

CHARGE.

Neglect of Duty.": SPECIFICATION—In this : that Private Richard Phelan, of Company K, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, did, while on duty as sentinel of Brigade Guard, sleep on post No. 6, between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock, A. M. This at Camp Parapet, La., on the 17th day of August, 1862. To which the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and does therefore sentence him, Private Richard Phelan, to be confined in the regimental guard-tent for the period of three weeks.

XV. Private DANIEL SULLIVAN, of Company K, 12th Regiment Connecticut Volun

teers.

CHARGE.

Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION—In this : that he, the said Daniel Sullivan, private of Company K, 12th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the 30th day of August, 1862, did, while in his place in the ranks of his company (said company being on review at the time), conduct himself in a disorderly manner; and, on being ordered by his superior officer to keep silence, did utterly neglect and refuse to obey the said order, thereby violating one clause of the 9th Article of War. To which the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and does therefore sentence him, Private Daniel Sullivan, of 12th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, that he shall wear a ball and chain for four hours of each alternate day (Sundays excepted), on such beat as the commander of his regiment shall designate, for one month; also, that he forfeit to the United States his monthly pay for three months.

XVI. Private Marvin H. SACKETT, of Company I, 12th Regiment Connecticut Vokunteers.

CHARGE.

" Violation of the 46th Article of War." SPECIFICATION-In this : that he, Private Marvin H. Sackett, of Company I, 12th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, was found asleep on his post while performing regimental guard duty. This on or about the 25th day of August, 1862, at Camp Parapet, La. To which the prisoner pleaded Not Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT.
Of the specification--Guilty.

Of the charge--Guilty. And does therefore sentence him, Private Marvin H. Sackett, of Company I, 12th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, that he be kept at hard labor at Fort Jackson for two months; also, that he forfeit to the United States his monthly pay for the same time.

XVII. Private MICHAEL LEE, of Company C, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Vol

unteers.

CHARGE.

Conduct prejudicial to Good Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION--In this: that he, Private Michael Lee, of Company C, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, did, on or about the 18th day of August, 1862, without leave from his captain or commanding officer, absent himself from company drill-said Private Lee, of Company C, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, having been repeatedly cautioned by his officers for negligence of duty. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the time specified. - To which the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and does therefore sentence him, Private Michael Lee, of Company C, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, to forfeit to the United Stales his monthly pay for one month.

XVIII. Private Parker Keyes, of Company E, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Vol. unteers.

CHARGE. Conduct prejudiciai Good to Order and Military Discipline." SPECIFICATION-In this: that he, the said Parker Keyes, private of Company E, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, on or about the 20th day of August, 1862, did absent himself from his company and regiment without leave of his commander, and did not return until the evening of the 21st day of August, 1862. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the time specified. To which the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and does therefore sentence him Private Parker Keyes, of Company E, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, to forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for one month.

XIX. Private JAMES HALES, of Company D, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volun. teers.

CHARGE. “ Conduct detrimental to Good Discipline." SPECIFICATION Ist--In this : that Private James Hales, of Company D, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, did, on the morning of the 23d day of June, 1862, absent bimself from his company without leave of his commanding officer, and did not return until sometime during the day of the 27th day of June, 1862. This at Camp Parapet, La., on or about the time specified.

SPECIFICATION 2d--In this : that Private James Hales, of Company D, 8th Regiment New Hampsbire Volunteers, did, on the morning of the 22d day of August, 1862, leave his company with permission to absent himself until 2 o'clock, P. M., of the same day, and did get beastly intoxicated, and did not return to his company until the evening of the 23d day of August, 1862, to the detriment of good order and discipline. This at Camp Parapet, on or about the time herein specified. To which the prisoner pleaded Guilty.

FINDING OF THE COURT. The Court confirms the plea of the prisoner, and does therefore sentence him, Private James Hales, Company D, 8th Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, that he be kept at hard labor for one month ; also, that he forfeit to the United States ten dollars of his monthly pay for three months.

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