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Trial of John Y. Beall: As a Spy and Guerrillero, by Military Commission (Classic Reprint)
     

Trial of John Y. Beall: As a Spy and Guerrillero, by Military Commission (Classic Reprint)

by John y. Beall
 

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Excerpt from Trial of John Y. Beall: As a Spy and Guerrillero, by Military Commission

The Commission constituted and convened by the foregoing order, met in obedience thereto.

Present, all the members, namely:

Brig. General Fitz Henry Warren, U. S. V.
" W. H. Morris, U. S. V.
Colonel M. S. Howe, 3d U. S. Cav.
Colonel H. Day, U. S. Army.
Brev.

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Excerpt from Trial of John Y. Beall: As a Spy and Guerrillero, by Military Commission

The Commission constituted and convened by the foregoing order, met in obedience thereto.

Present, all the members, namely:

Brig. General Fitz Henry Warren, U. S. V.
" W. H. Morris, U. S. V.
Colonel M. S. Howe, 3d U. S. Cav.
Colonel H. Day, U. S. Army.
Brev. Lieut. Col. R. F. O'Bierne, 14th U. S. Infantry.
Major G. W. Wallace, 6th U. S. Infantry.

Present, also, the Judge Advocate, and John Y. Beall, the accused, who was brought in for trial.

The foregoing order was read aloud in presence and hearing of the accused; and he being asked if he objected to any member named in the detail, answered that he did not, but that he desired to protest against being tried by any Military Commission.

In presence and hearing of the accused, the Commission was then duly sworn by the Judge Advocate, the Judge Advocate by the President, and James E. Munson as Stenographer and Clerk to the Commission, by the Judge Advocate.

The Judge Advocate inquired of the accused if he was ready to proceed to trial, and he answered that he was not, but desired time to procure counsel and prepare for his defence. At his request the Commission granted him until 11 o'clock A.M., Wednesday, January 25th, and the trial was postponed accordingly.

The Commission then adjourned to meet to-morrow, January 21st, at the Department Headquarters, New York City, at 12 o'clock M., for the purpose of commencing the trial of Harris Hoyt.

The Commission met pursuant to adjournment.

Present, all the members. Present, also, the Judge Advocate, and the accused, John Y. Beall, who was brought in for trial.

The record of the proceedings of January 20th was read by the Judge Advocate, and approved.

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ISBN-13:
9781331280859
Publisher:
Forgotten Books
Publication date:
09/28/2015
Pages:
106
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

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