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- Artillery, being on pass from guard-mount until 3 o'clock, P. M., on the 9th day of October, did remain absent until 10 or 11 o'clock, A. M., on the 10th day of October, when he was arrested by First Sergeant John J. Driscoll, in the city of New Orleans, La. This on or about the 10th day of October, 1862.”

CHARGE 2d__“ Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline." · Specification—“In this, that he, Private Michael Gibbons, of the company and regiment aforesaid, after being ordered by his First Sergeant, John J. Driscoll, to accompany him to camp, did fail to do so. This at or near New Orleans, La., on or about the 10th day of October, 1862."

To which accused pleaded as follows :
To the specification to the FIRST CHARCE--"Guilty."
To the FIRST CHARGE--- Guilty.”
To the specification to the SECOND CHARGE--- Guilty."
To the SECOND CHARGE_" Guilty."
The Court, after mature deliberation, firds the accused as follows :
Of the specification to the FIRST CHARGE-_" Guilty."
Of the FIRST CHARGE_" Guilty.”
Of the specification to the second CHARGE -Guilty.

Of the SECOND CHARGE--" Guilty.” And does therefore sentence him “ to forfeit to the United States six dollars of his monthly pay for one month.'

11. Private Michael Powers, Company A, 1st Artillery.

CHARGE Ist----- Absence without Leave." Specification--" In this, that he, Private Michael Powers, of Company A, Ist Regiment of Artillery, did leave his camp without permission from his commanding officer, and did remain absent from the 8th until the 11th day of October, 1862. All this at or near New Orleans, La., from the 8th until the 11th day of October, 1862.” CHARGE 24–-" Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.”

Specification---" In this, that he, the said Private Michael Powers, of Company A, Ist Artillery, having been released from prison in the city of New Orleans, and placed under the charge of Sergeant John J. Driscoll, and ordered by said Sergeant to accompany him to camp, did fail to do so. This at or near New Orleans, La., on or about the 9th day of October, 1862."

To which the accused plraded as follows:
To the specification to the FIRST CHARGI-"Guilty.”
To the FIRST CHARGE—“ Guilty.”'
To the specification to the SECOND CHARGE---- Guilty.'
To the SECOND CHARGE-_ Guilty."

"The Court, after mature deliberation, finds the accused as follows:
Of the specification to the FIRST CHARGE--"Guilty."
Of the FIRST CHARGE_" Guilty.”
Of the specification to the SECOND CHARGE-_" Guilty."

Of the SECOND CHARGE– Guilty." And does therefore sentence him “ to forfeit to the United States five dollars of his monthly pay for three months."

12. Private Michael Sharp, Company F, 1st U. S. Artillery.

CHARGE—“ Absence without Leave.” Specification-—“In this, that said Private Michael Sharp, of Company F, 1st U. S. Artillery, did absent himself from his company and quarters without permission, and remain from the evening of the 10th of October, 1862, until the morning of the 15th of October, 1862. This at or near the camp on Metairie Race-course, La."

To which the accused pleaded as follows :
To the specification—"Not Guilty.”
To the CHARGE—“Guilty."

After mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, the Court finds the accused as follows:

Of the specification—"Guilty."

Of the charge_-"Guilty.” And does therefore sentence him “to forfeit to the United States five dollars of his monthly pay for three months.

13. Private Jeremiah O'Connell, Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery.

CHARGE--- Absence without Leave.” Specification--" In this, that said Private Jeremiah O'Connell, of Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery, did absent himself from his company and quarters without permission, and did remain absent from the evening of the 10th of October until the inorning of the 15th of October, 1862. This at or near the camp on Metairie Racecourse, La."

To which the accused pleaded as follows :
To the specification—"Not Guilty.”
To the CHARGE_"Guilty."

After mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, the Court finds the accused as follows:

Of the specification-"Guilty."

of the CHARGE_" Guilty." And does therefore sentence him "to forfeit to the United States five doilars of his monthly pay for three months.

14. Musician Charles Walker, Company F, Ist U. 8. Artillery ..

Charge““ Absence without Leave.' Specification--" In this, that the said Musician Charles Walker, of Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery, did absent himself, without permission from the proper authority, from his company and camp, and did remain absent from the 15th day of October, 1862, to the evening of the 17th day of October, 1862—this being the third offense of a similar nature within the last six weeks. All this at or near New Orleans, La."

To which the accused pleaded as follows:
To the specification-"Guilty.”
To the CHARGE_" Guilty."
The Court, after mature deliberation, finds the accused as follows:
Of the specification“Guilty.”

Of the CHARGE—“Guilty.” And does therefore sentence him “ to forfeit to the United States seven dollars of his monthly pay for two months.

15. Private Henry Copsal, Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery.

CHARGE---- Absence without Leave.” Specification" In this, that said Private Henry Copsal, of Company F, 1st U.S. Artillery, did absent himself, without permission from proper authority, from his company and camp, and did remain absent from the afternoon of the 16th of October, 1862, until the evening of the 19th of October, 1862. This at or near the camp at Metairie Race-course, La.”

To which the accused pleaded as follows:
To the specification Guilty.”
To the CHARGE-"Guilty.”'
The Court, after mature deliberation, finds the accused as follows:
Of the specification-"Guilty.”

Of the CHARGE_" Guilty." And does therefore sentence him “ to forfeit to the United States seven dollars of his monthly pay for two months."

16. Private Edward C. Robertson, Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery. Charge Ist---- Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline."

Specification--- In this, that said Private Edward C. Robertson, of Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery, having a pass from his commanding officer until tattoo on the evening of the 14th of October, 1862, did fail to report at bis company and quarters at the expiration of said pass. This at or near the camp at Metairie Racecourse, La."

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Specification"In this, that said Private Edward C. Robertson, of Company F, , Ist U.S. Artillery, did absent himself from his company and quarters, and did remain, absent from the evening of the 14th of October, 1862, until the afternoon of the 15th of October, 1862. This between the 14th and 15th of October, 1862, at or near the camp at Metairie Race-course, La.”

To which the accused pleaded as follows: .
To the specification to the FIRST CHARGE--- Guilty.”
To the FIRST CHARCE-_- Guilty."
To the specification to the SECOND CHARGE-“ Not Guilty."
To the SECOND CHARGE--Not Guilty.”'

The Court, after mature deliberation on the evidence adduced, finds the accused as follows:

Of the specification to the FIRST CHARGE—“Guilty.”
Of the FIRST CHARGE_" Guilty."

Of the specification to the SECOND CHARGE- Guilty," substituting the word “ morning” for “afternoon."

Of the SECOND CHARGE-"Guilty.” And does therefore sentence him “ to forfeit to the United States four dollars of his monthly pay for one month."

17. Private John Slevin, Company F, 1st U.S. Artillery.

CHARGE--- Absence without Leave.” Specification—“ In this, that he, Private John Slevin, of Company F, Isi U. S. Artillery, having a pass from proper authority to be absent from camp from the morning u .til 3 o'clock, P. M., on the 18th day of October, 1862, cid remain absent from his company and quarters until the evening of the 19th of October, 1862. This at or near Metairie Race-course, near New Orleans, La."

To which the accused pleaded as follows:
To the specification-_“Guilty.”
To the CHARGE-_- Guilty.”
The Court, after mature deliberation, finds the accused as follows:
Of the specification--- Guilty."

Of the CHARGE-- Guilty." And does therefore sentence him " to forfeit to the United States seven dollars of his monthly pay for one month."

18. Private Peter OIIalloran, Company F, 1st U.S. Artillery.

Charge 1st—"Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline.":

Specification—“ In this, that said Private Peter O'Halloran, of Company F, 1st U.S. Artillery, having a pass from his commanding officer until 3 o'clock, P. M., on the afternoon of the 14th of October, 1862, did fail to report to his company and quarters at the expiration of said pass. This at or near Metairie Race-course, La."

CHARGE 2d—“ Absence without Leave.” Specification—" In this, that said Private Peter O'Halloran, of Company F, 1st U. S. Artillery, did absent himself from his company and quarters, and remain absent from the afternoon of the 14th of October, 1862, until the afternoon of the 15th of October, 1862. This between the 14th and 15th of October, 1862, at or near the camp at Metairie Race-course, La.”

To which the accused pleaded as follows:
it. To the specification to the FIRST CHARGE--"Guilty.”

To the FIRST CHARGE—“ Guilty.”
To the specification to the sECOND CHARGE—“Guilty."
To the SECOND CHARGE_" Guilty.”
The Court, after mature deliberation, finds the accused as follows:
Of the specification to the FIRST CHARGE—“Guilty.”
Of the FIRST CHARGE—“ Guilty.”
Of the specification to the SECOND CHARGE-Guilty.

Of the SECOND CHARGE-_“ Guilty." And does therefore sentence him to forfeit to the United States seven dollars of his monthly pay for one month."

19. Private Christian Reutter, Company F, Ist U. S. Artillery. CHARGE 1st----" Conduct to the prejudice of Good Order and Military Discipline."

Specificalion—“ In this, that said Private Christian Reutter, of Company F, 1st U.S. Artillery, having a pass from his commanding officer until 3 o'clock, P. M., on the afternoon of the 15th of October, 1862, did fail to report at his company and quarters at the expiration of said pass. This at or near the camp at Metairie Racecourse, La."

CHarga 2d----- Absence without Leave.” Specification—"In this, that said Private Christian Reutter, of Company F, 1st U.S. Artillery, did absent himself from company and quarters, and remain absent from the afternoon of the 15th October, 1862, until the morning of the 16th of October, 1862. This between the 15th and 16th of October, 1862, at or near the camp, at Metairie Race-course, La."

To which the accused pleaded as follows:
To the specification to the FIRST CHARGE_“ Guilty.”
To the FIRST CHARGE — Guilty."

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