Clinton County, New York
Civil War Newspaper Clippings
LIST OF MEN DRAFTED.
FROM THE COUNTY OF CLINTON.
Aller, Edson H.
Brown, Henry W.
Baker, Evert C.
Carter, James H.
Campbell, James P.
Cady, W. H.
Chandler, W. H.
Davis, George M.
Dow, Henry P.
DeForris, Charles S.
Edwards, C. G. S.
Edwards, Milton C. E.
Fouquot, Louis M.
Fuller, Willard, A.
Gregory, Silas W.
Gates, P. T.
Grant, R. R.
Geran, Frances Jr.
Gooley, John B.
Hull, Silas P.
Hinds, Robert. W.
Laporte, Joseph Jr.
Levin, Ambrose W.
Laport, Joseph Jr.
Lawrence, Wm. S.
Merchant, Henry P.
Manning, Wm. G.
Myers, Michael P.
Mantling, David D.
Morehouse. Justus D.
Nichols, E. P.
Platt, John D.
St Dennis, Louis
White, John H,
White, William M.
Wood, William L.
Wood, Wallace A.
Ashline, Joseph 2d
Angell, John Jr.
Ashling, Joseph 3d
Ashline, Joseph 1st
Bilow, Joseph A.
Balman, Fry G.
Churchill, Wm. H.
Doolittle, Henry M.
Dickerson, Charles H.
Fitch, Charles D.
Lausieu, Theodore F.
Lewis, Wm. M.
Moore, Julius H.
Marshall, Sidney E.
Moore, Samuel M.
Stone, John D.
Stone, George L.
Sweeney, John J.
Stratten, Ezra D.
Simons, Kendell B.
Weeks, Geo. M.
Waters, Horatio G.
CHAZY and BEEKMANTOWN.
Byrns, Peter J.
Blanchard, Peter H.
Bugbee, John C.
Colver, Edwin J.
Drury, Walker A.
Doane, Brainard W.
Dustin, Henry J.
Fisher, Oscar F.
Getty, James C.
Hinman, Geo. D.
Larkins, Aaron M.
Lawrence, Daniel W.
Ladd, Edwin S.
Ladd, Hiram D,
Manning. Wm. H.
McFadden, Warren C.
Pearl, Lucius H.
Pearl, William F.
Parsons Sanford L.
Pince, Edwin R.
Purdly, Frederick E.
Reynolds, Jacob J.
Rooney, John R.
Van Tine, Edwin
Willson, James Jr.
Wait, John A.
Wood, Albert G. H.
Bates, J. J.
Bates, M. V.
Buck, Geo. C.
Graves, W. H. B.
Nash, John P.
O'Brien, Thos. Sr.
Brown, Selah W.
Curtis, Banj. H.
Case, Leander C.
Kenalty, Patrick Jr.
Lord, James I.
Moore, Moses A.
Muzzy, Andrew J.
Muzzy, William B.
Muzzy, John W.
Perrin, Francis A.
Ransom, Rev. Geo.
Roberts, Mark E.
Rascoe, Joseph F.
Reed, Ferman W.
Smith, John K.
Vaughan, Rodney S.
PERU and SCHUYLER FALLS.
Ayres, D. C.
Brown, Hugh N.
Cornell, Loyal G.
Cutler, M. F.
Calkins, Gilbert H.
Day, R. McP.
Eells, John S.
Hewitt, John P.
Hunter, Charles S.
Holcomb, James M.
Howe, Wm. M.
Lobdell, Jerome B.
Lashway, Albert H.
Morgan, James H.
Merrill, Hiram C.
Morgan, William A.
Otis, John Jr
Prescott, W. B.
Palmer, Isaac H.
Rosmaw, Thos. F
St John, Antwine
Spalding, Nathan B.
St. Germain, Wm.
Tyrell, W. H.
Tanner, Robert Jr
Weaver, Benjamin J.
Williams, Chas. F.
Weaver, N. R.
White, Bishop J.
—In consequence of not being able to get access to the Rolls in the Provost
Marshal's office, we are obliged to defer the publication of the list of drafted men in six of the towns. Remainder next week.
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
Extract from Regulations for the Government of the Bureau of Provost Marshal General.
SECTION88. To establish exemption under the second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth provisions of section 2 of the act for enrolling and calling out the national forces, &c., the board shall require the affidavits of the person seeking to be exempt and of two respectable men, (heads of families.) residing in the district, that the man in question is "the only son liable to military duty of a widow dependent on his labor for support," "the only son of aged or infirm parent or parents dependent on his labor for support,'' or otherwise, according to the particular provision of the section under which the exemption is claimed. These affidavits will be made according to the forms hereinafter prescribed and must in all cases be taken before a civil magistrate duly authorized to administer oaths.
Certificate of exemption for the son of a widow, or of aged and infirm parent or parents.
I, the subscriber, _______, resident of ____ ____ county, State of _____, hereby certify that I, ______, being liable to military duty under the act of Congress "for enrolling and calling out the national forces," &c., approved March 3, 1863, am the only son of ______, a widow, (or of _____, an aged parent.) dependent on my labor for support.
We, the subscribers, do hereby certify that the above names _____ is the only son of a widow, (or of aged and infirm parents.) dependent on his labor for support.
_____ Personally appeared before me, _____ the above named ____, and _____, and severally made oath that the above certificate is correct and true, to the best of their knowledge and belief. _______, Justice of the Peace.
Dated this ___ day of ____, 186_.
Certificate of a parent that he or she desires one of his or her sons exempted,
I, the subscriber, the father (or mother) of ____ and ____ residents of ___, ___ county, State of ____, hereby certify that I am aged and infirm, and that I am dependent for support on the labor of my two sons, above named; and that I elect that my ____ son ____, shall be exempt from the operations of the act of Congress "for enrolling and calling out the national forces," &c., approved March 3, 1863.
We, the subscribers, do hereby certify that the above named ____, is aged and infirm, and dependent on the labor of ____ sons for support.
_____, Personally appeared before me, the above named ____,____ and ____, and severally made oath that the above certificates are correct and true, to the best of their knowledge and belief.
Justice of the Peace.
Dated at ____, this __ day of ____, 186_.
Certificate that the person liable to draft is the only brother of a child or children dependant on his labor for support. I, the subscriber, _____, being liable to draft into the service of the United States, hereby make affidavit that I am the only brother of ____, under 12 years, having neither father nor mother, and dependent on my labor for support.
We the subscribers, _____, and _____, residents of ____, ____ county, State of ____, hereby certify that _____, who is liable to draft is the only brother of ____, under 12 years of age, having neither father nor mother, and dependent on his labor for support.
_____, Personally appeared before me, the above named _____ and _____, and severally made oath that the above certificate is correct and true, to the best of their knowledge and belief.
Justice of the Peace.
Dated at ____, this __ day of _____, 186_.
certificate that two members of the family of the person liable to be drafted are already in the military service of the United States
We, the subscribers, ____ and ____, residents of ____, ___ county, State of ___, hereby certify that two members of the family and household of ____, county and State above mentioned, are in the military service of the United States, as non-commissioned officers, musicians, or privates.
_____, Personally appeared before me, the above named ____ and ___, and severally made oath that the above certificate is correct and true, to the best of their knowledge and belief.
Justice of the Peace.
Dated at ___, this ___ day of ____, 186_.
Certificate that the person liable to draft is the father of motherless children, under 12 years of age, dependent on his labor for support.
I, ____, the subscriber, being liable to draft into the service of the United States, hereby make affidavit that I am the father of ___ motherless child___, under 12 years of age, and dependent on my labor for
We, the subscribers, _____ and _____, residents of ____, ____ county, State of ____ , hereby certify that _____ is father of ____ motherless children under 12 years of age, and dependent on his labor for support.
_____, Personally appeared before me, the above named _____ and _____, and severally made oath that the above certificate is correct and true to the best of their knowledge and belief.
Justice of the Peace.
Dated this ___ day of ___, 186_.
Certificate of exemption on account of unsuitablenss of age.
I, _____, of _____, _____ county, and State of _____, having been enrolled under the provisions of an act of Congress "for enrolling and calling out the national forces." &c., approved March 3, l863, as liable to perform military duty in the service of the United States, hereby certify that I am not legally subject to such liability, and for the following reason:
That I am ____ years of age.
We, the subscribers _____ and _____, of the town, county, and State above mentioned, hereby certify that the above statement of ____, ____ is correct and true to the best of our knowledge and belief.
_____, Personally appeared before me, the above named _____, _____, and _____, and severally made oath that the above certificates are correct and true, to the best of their knowledge and belief.
____________ Justice of the Peace.
Dated at _____, this __ day of ____, 186_.
PROVOST MARSHAL'S NOTICE.
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE, 16th. Cong. Dist.,
Plattsburg, July 9th, 1863.
NOTICE—The Board of enrollment will, between the hours of 9 and 10 A. M., on every day up to the time when drafted men are ordered to report at this rencezvoivs [sic], hear propositions for substitutes and examine persons so offering. All persons who may be drafted and who desire to present substitutes shall give notice in writing to the Board of Enrollment that on such a day they will present a substitute giving his name and stating whether he is an alien or a citizen.
The amount to be paid in accordance with section 13 of the Enrollment act, by any person who may be drafted in order to secure exemption from service has been fixed by the Secretary of War at Three Hundred Dollars. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue in each Congressional District has been authorized by the Secretary of War and directed by the Secretary of the Treasury to receive from drafted persons, who desire to pay it for the purpose of exemption, the money above specified. On receipt of this sum the Collector of Internal Revenue shall give the drafted person paying it duplicate receipts. These receipts shall be delivered to the Board of Enrolment on or before the day the drafted person is required to report for duty, and when so delivered to the Board the drafted person shall be furnished by the Board with a certificate of, exemption, stating that the person is discharged from further liability under that draft by reason of having paid the sum of three hundred dollars. GEO. CLENDON, JR., Provost Marshal, 16th Dist., N. Y.
The Draft in the Northern part of the State.
The draft for the XVIth Congressional District, including Clinton, Essex, and Warren counties, was made at Plattsburg, on the 7th instant, by GEORGE CLENDON, Jr., Provost Marshal. The conscripts were all served with their "tickets of leave" on Saturday and Monday, and, with hardly an exception, responded cheerfully to the call thus made upon their patriotism, being quite as good humored and jocular about the prizes they had drawn as their more fortunate neighbors, who indulged in general witticisms at their expense.
In some towns the billots doux of the Provost Marshal fell "as thick as leaves in Vallam brosa," but there was a general acquiescence in the necessity for the draft, and no complaint was made that it had not been conducted fairly. In the village of Schroon, Essex county, out of 93 names enrolled by the enrolling officer 3_ were conscripted. In Minerva, Crown Point, Port Henry, and other large towns, the draft fell with similar heaviness, taking, for example 22 men from one ore bed in the Adirondack.
In Glenns [sic] Falls, 235 men were drafted, including the cashier of the Glenns [sic] Falls Bank, and the editor of the Copperhead seven-by-nine journal of that place. In Chester, Warren county, the draft happened to strike several leading Copperheads. The conscripts were all furnished with transportation to Plattsburgh, the place of rendezvous, where they will all be assembled before the 27th inst. Drafting also commenced on the 18th in Fort Edward and other towns in the XVth Congressional District, of which Charles Hughes, ex-Member of Congress, is the Provost Marshal. The citizens accepted the draft quite as a matter of course, and made no complaint. The ticket-agent at Fort Edward has recently sold a large number of tickets to temporary residents, mostly laborers, whom he thinks are bound Canada-ward. Several of the conscripts, learning that they had been drafted immediately enlisted in order to secure the bounty.
THE DRAFT IN PROGRESS IN THIS STATE.—The Draft in the Sixteenth Congressional District of this State, consisting of Warren, Essex and Clinton counties,—took place at Plattsburg, on Tuesday of this week.
It was conducted by the Provost Marshal of the District, under the direction of Col. _. W. Teall, of this city, Special Agent of the Government. The draft was for 1,593 men. 2,390 names were drawn, the instruction from the War Department being to draw fifty per cent in addition to the quota, to meet exemptions. This quota indicates that the call is for 400,000 troops; and in this State the draft reaches one in every three persons enrolled in the first class.
The draft at Plattsburg, Col. Teall informs us, was conducted with the greatest good order, and to the apparent satisfaction of the assemblage of citizens which crowded the Court-House. Every well-known name that was announced as having been drawn, was received with hearty cheers. Many of the best known citizens were drawn. Four of the clerks employed in recording the names were themselves drawn. The gentleman who drew the names—he being blindfolded—drew his own son.
The draft was ordered to take place in the Fifteenth Congressional District (Rensselaer and Washington counties) on Monday, but there being some mistake in the quota assigned the District, it was postponed till today. The draft will take place throughout the entire State, as fast as the preparations are completed in the respective Congressional Districts.—Journal.
THE DRAFT AT PLATTSBURGH.—The drafting at Plattsburg, for Clinton, Essex and Warren counties, has been completed in the most
quiet and orderly manner. It is not true that Judge EVERETT, one of the Enrolling officers of Clinton county, had been injured by a mob while in the performance of his duty. That was a bit of Copperhead fiction that went the rounds of the papers concerning that gentleman.
A Patriotic Woman.
At Plattsburgh, the other day, a man of no very great loyal pretensions called
on a widow and informed her that he only son was drafted, and then hastened to tell her that he could secure his exemption if she would certify that she was a widow, and that he was her only son, and that she was dependent on him for support. The patriotic woman made the following reply: "I can certify to no such thing. I am NOT dependent on my son for support, and I never expect to be. Besides, I think he ought to go, if he is able to perform military duty, and every other able bodied man, till this wicked rebellion is put down. Nothing but the necessity of wearing these skirts has kept me from going."
The first instalment [sic] of drafted men for the army reached New York on Friday morning, from Plattsburg. They numbered fifty-three, of whom fourteen were of those originally drafted, and thirty nine were substitutes.—
They appeared to be in fine spirits.
LIST OF EXEMPTS IN CLINTON COUNTY.
Archambault, Lewis Subbstitute.
Aller, Edson H. Alien.
Annis, Samuel Loss of sight right eye.
Annis, Edgar Only son of widow.
Andrews, Benjamin Only son of widow.
Arnold, Hartwell Under age.
Brown, Henry W. Scrofula and ottorhoea.
Boyle, Michael Under age.
Baker, Everet C. Left Inguinal Hernia.
Bertrand, Narcisse Alien.
Bristol, Benjamin Commutation.
Bristol, James Commutation.
Buscat, Silas Substitute.
Butler, Williams Over age and married.
Boyle, Nelson Under age.
Boyle, Edward Commutation.
Brennan, Thomas Over age.
Brunell, Peter Tumor in neck.
Boyce, James Alien.
Benedict, Edwin T. General debility.
Carter, James H. Substitute.
Crosby, John Under age.
Cooley, John B. General debility.
Cortelle, Eugene Alien.
Courrier, Moses Alien.
Coffin, Michael Over age.
Colligan, Edward Commutation.
Campbell, James P. Substitute.
Cullivan, Thomas Alien.
Cady, Walworth H. Tuberculoris & debility.
Carpenter, John Substitute.
Colwell, William Over age.
Calkins, Charles Commutation.
Calkins,, Rufus Commutation.
Christian, James Hernia.
Campbell, Sandy Over age.
Clay, Henry Loss of sight right eye.
Cline, Enoch Only son ing't parents.
Chandler, W. H. Substitute.
Crossin, Jacob Phthisis.
Denears, William Alien.
Demera, Felix cut wrist & loss of use Rt. hand.
Dustin, George W. Over age.
DeForris, Charles S. Substitute.
Deso, Zebulon Erroneously enrolled.
Delano, Frederick Over age.
Degraff, Abraham Phthisis.
Dovy, Jacob Only son aged parents.
Darragh, George Over age.
Dupoe, Henry Chronic Opthalmia.
DeBuke, Joseph Alien.
Erno, Edward Substitute.
Edwards, C. G. S. Albuminaria.
Edwards, C. E. Milton Curvature of spine and
Fisher, Godfrey, Under age. [general debility.
Fortune, William Under age.
Fouquet, Louis M. Paralysys optic nerve.
Fuller, Willard A. Over age.
Gregory, Silas W. Loss of teeth.
Garnett, Peter Alien.
Grant, Ransom R. Only support of widow.
Griffith, Albert Commutation.
Gebo, John Son elected.
Gerow, Francis, Jr. Father motherless children.
Garron, Michael Over age.
Hooey, David Over age.
Holt, Byron Son elected by mother.
Hoag, Joseph Wound left lung.
Higby, James Only sup. aged parents.
Hedding, Elijah Anchylosis knee joint.
Hager, Albert Defective teeth.
Hall, Robert Contraction of finger.
Johens, James Over age.
Laporte. Joseph Jr. Under age.
Lemare, Peter elder brother orphan children.
Leonard, John Bunion on great toe.
Laforce, Eusebe Cophosis.
Levi, Horace Substitute.
Leach, Abel Varicose veins.
Lamunda, John Under age.
Larose, Edward Over age.
2 Laport, Joseph Jr. Under age.
Lawrence, Wm. S. Commutation.
Lewis, Leonard Deformity of ancle [sic].
McCarty, James Overage.
Merchant, Henry P. Over age.
Martin, William Hernia.
McGarrigan, John Under age.
Meader, Matthew Varicocele.
Merrill, Howard Under age.
McKenney, James Overage.
Merrihew, Henry Ingrowing toe nail.
McKeefe, Andrew Disease of heart.
McCewan, John Under age.
Miller, Hiram Varicocele and umbilical hernia
Mercer, Robert Over age.
Manning, Wm. G. Over age.
Myers, Michael Substitute.
Martin, Ansel Commutation.
Mercer, James Over age.
Miller, Chas. Rheumatism & deformity of limb.
Morrison, William Under age.
Montville, Heman Injury to left hand.
McKeefe, Patrick Commutation.
Manning, David D. Phthisis Pulmonalis.
Morehouse, Justus B. Only son of widow.
Nichols, Edward P. Substitute.
Newell, Zephia Over age.
Panto, Albert Over age and alien.
Price, George Alien.
Premore, Charles Alien.
Pasino, James Only son aged parents.
Prescott, L. Constitution enfeebled by disease.
Platt, John D. Commutation.
Prindle, Ezra Disease of Heart.
Rothschilds, Charles Substitute.
Rickerson, Charles Alien.
Rugar, Joel Hernia.
Shields, Thomas Commutation.
Senecal, Francis Substitute.
Sowles, Merritt Substitute.
Silverstone, L. Alien.
Shulman, Louis Commutation.
Stern, Aaron Substitute.
StDennis, Louis Over age.
Stephens, Alfred Over age.
Sumner, Thomas Under age.
Stone, Joseph Alien.
Staves, Richard Substitute.
Sherwood, Asaph Over age.
Senecal, Peter Substitute.
Trudeau, Leon Substitute.
Tormy, Hugh Epilepsey.
Thompson, Lyman Relaxation of ligament of
Tankard, Kap Over age. [shoulder joint.
Vaughan, Ezra partial anchylosis of ancle [sic] joint.
Vaughan, William Heart disease.
White, John H. Commutation.
Walch, William Commutation.
White, William M. Commutation.
White, James Alien.
Wood, William L. Commutation.
Wood, Wallace Commutation.
Barr, William Anchylosis of knee joint.
Raker, Louis Alien.
Blow, Moses Ulcers on leg.
Blow, Antoine Over age.
Chamberlain, Ira Only support of mother.
Dam, Theophilus Only son of aged parents.
Drew, Elias Only son of aged parents.
Furlong, Stephen Under age.
Fenial, Alexander Loss of fingers.
Gartan, Almon Only son of aged parents.
Johnson, Samuel Varicose veins.
Lagear, George Over age.
Lapoint, Alfred Alien.
Labare, Barnaby Opthalmia.
McGregor, William Substitute.
McGregor, John Diseased Kidneys.
McGeorge, George Substitute.
O'Neil, Owen Substitute.
Pike, George Under age
Perrier, Peter Injury to great toe.
Parrot, Francis Cut foot.
Powers, Alfred Only son of widow.
Starts, Luther Only son of aged parents.
Tuscat, Cosac Over age.
Aheam John Alien.
Ariel, Heber Alien.
Bates, John J. Only son aged parents.
Bates, Moses V. Commutation.
Badger, Lewis Alien.
Buck, Geo. C. Commutation.
Chatterton, Levi Only son aged parents.
Chappel, Allen Substitute.
Founger, Edward Alien.
Graves, W. H. C. Commutation.
Lamar, Silas Alien.
Manley, Lyman Cut foot.
Manley, Charles O. Wound of knee.
Morrison, Edward Substitute.
Marsh, Elam Necrosis of Tibia.
O'Brien, Thos. Jr. General debility.
Reed, Ferniam W. Commutation.
Vance, Horace Wound of right arm.
Williams, Andrew Commutation.
Bigelow, Gilbert M. Injury to foot.
Bond, James Over age.
Carter, Lemuel Only son of widow.
Carmont, Joseph Loss of finger.
Carter, Washington Deformed foot.
Dudley, Levi Jr. Commutation.
Doolin, Jeremiah Ulcer on Leg.
Dixon, George W. Injury to right hand.
Daily, Cortes Feeble constition [sic].
Fasset, Hiram Only son of widow.
Fifield, David K. Hernia.
Fulton, William Retraction of toes.
Gettins, John Over age.
Goslin, Peter Only son aged parents.
Hefferman, Thomas Enfeebled constitution.
King, Washington Chronic infl. of kidneys.
Lafayette, William General debility.
Mooers, Julius B. Club foot.
O'Brien, John B. Commutation.
Parsno, Moses Substitute.
Rock, Peter Consumption.
Shedden, Flavius J. Varicocele & dis. testicle.
Sartwell, Wm. H. Enfeebled constitution.
Stafford, Jabez Only son aged parents.
Tomlinson, William Deafness.
Winters, John Disease of heart.
Wilmot, Benj. Only son aged parents.
Wells, Chauncey Chronic diarrhoea.
Wingate, John L. Only son aged parents.
Wright, William W Only son aged parents.
Welch, Henry Convulsions from kidney dis.
White, Marshall Epilepsy.
Ashline, Joseph 2d Over age.
Angell, John Jr. Fistula in ano.
Amlaw, William Commutation.
Ashline, Leonard Alien.
Brow, Michael Alien.
Billow, Joseph A. Substitute.
Batman, Try C. Commutation.
Boynton, Colby Alien.
Condon, William Scrofulous Opthalmia.
Clement, Laurant Only son aged parents.
Churchill, Wm. H. Commutation.
Chilton, Stephen Disease of Lungs.
Como, Francis Under age.
Duflau, Frederick Alien.
Dunning, Pliny F. Chronic Diarrhoea.
Dodds, Joseph Commutation.
Dumah, Victor Father motherless children.
Dupoint, Dan. Nar. chest, tendency to Tuberclo.
Doolittle, Henry M. Commutation.
Debois, Xavier Alien.
Durham, Wm. Only son of widow.
Duverna, Israel Alien.
Fitch, Charles D. Commutation.
Grant, John Commutation.
Gregory, Henry Only son of widow.
Gates, Henry Over age.
Dooley, David Over age.
Graves, William Only son of widow.
King, Bazeal Alien.
Kinneas, James Alien.
Lucas, Charles Commutation.
Lamountain, Edwin Commutation.
Lamonntain, Charles Over age.
Laflecke, Jacob Substitute.
Lansing, Theodore F. Commutation.
Lewis., Wm. M. Scrotal hernia.
Low, James Alien.
Lafrow, Lewis Chronic Scrof. Ulcers.
Lamaura, Syrrell Alien.
Lampray, Joseph Alien.
Lacell, Octave Alien.
Moore, Julius H. Constitution enfeebled by dis.
Marshall, Sidney E. Commutation.
Moore, Alexander Enfeebled Constitution.
Moore, Samuel M. Commutation.
Moseso, Burnham Alien.
Mooers, Wolfred Wound thro' shoulder.
Murray, Oliver Alien.
McComb, William Substitute.
Pashia, Philip Constitution enfeebled by disease.
Parmeter, Otis Over age.
Potrey, Peter Over age.
Potrey, James Alien.
Plummer, George Hernia.
Ringyea, Moses Alien.
Robinson, Edward Alien.
Stone, George L. Substitute.
Sweeney, John Jr. Alien.
Stratton, Ezra D. Double Inguinal Hernia.
Shehan, Patrick Substitute.
Santiber, Joseph Epilepsey.
Sullivan, Michael Alien.
Slaven, John Over age.
Shehan, John Myopia.
Simons, Kendall B. Partial anchylosis of wrist.
Sheldon, William In service May 9th, '63.
Thompson, John Commutation.
Tague, Matthew Substitute.
Weeks, Geo. M. Commutation.
Williams, Isiah In service March 3d.
White, William Over age.
Willett, Lewis Only son of widow.
Waters, Horatio G. Commutation.
Bissett, Joseph Over age.
Bigelow, ___ Father motherless child.
Buckley, Michael Under age.
Brown, Selah W. Substitute.
Bigelow, Abram General Debility.
Carey, John Cataract right eye.
Cewan, James Over age.
Cannon, William General debility.
Cannon, Morris Only son aged parents.
Coolaw, Andrew Substitute.
Coyer, Eli Deformed hips.
Case, Londer C. Only support of widow.
Curtis, Benj. N. Hernia.
Dubroy, Peter Under age.
Evans, Milo Only son aged parents.
Emery, John Necrosis of leg.
Foley, Patrtck Over age.
Gonyea, Paul Epilepsey.
Haley, Thomas Only son of widow.
Kane, William Disease of heart.
Kelly, Barnard Substitute.
Kimball, Abel Constitution enfeebled by dis.
Kenalty, Patrick Jr. Imbecility.
King, Prosper Deformed feet.
Lewan, Alexander Over age.
Longware, Tibeuse Alien.
Mitchell, Charles Hernia.
Muzzy, William B. Over age.
Muzzy, Andrew J. Commutation.
O'Niel, Patrick Alien.
Pollick, William Hernia.
Perry, Peter Anchylosis joint great tow.
Perrin, Francis A. Alien.
Riley, James Commutation.
Roberts, Mark E. Only son aged parents.
Hansom. Rev. Geo. Disease of heart.
Reed, John Heart disease.
Smart, Frederick Loss of great toe.
Smith, John K. Commutation.
Turner, Charles S. Prolapsus Ani.
Vodra, Thos. Only son aged parents.
Vaughan, Rodney S Hernia.
Wire, James Disease of Heart.
Wood, Geo. Wound of thigh.
Washburn, Orville gun shot wound in knee jnt.
Anderson, Lewis Commutation.
Angell, Aburtus Substitute.
Atwood, Lewis Commuted.
Brown, Robert Alien.
Bugbee, John C. Tuberculosis.
Brando, Andrew constitution enfeebled by dis.
Brown, Asaph T. Commutation.
Chisholm, Geo. Under age.
Cope, Joseph Commutation.
Cummings, Robinson Only son aged parents.
Cooper, Geo. Commutation,
Doane, Brainard P. Tuberculosis.
Dustin, Henry J. Hernia.
Eldridge, Albert Commuted.
Hinman, Geo. D. Substitute.
Heckling, Lucius Epilepsey.
Jacobs, Elias injury of Sternum with ulceration.
Kingsbury, Thomas Commutation.
Lawrence, Daniel W. In service May 9, 1863.
Ladd, Hiram D. Varicocele & diseased testicle.
Ladd, Wilber Feeble Constitution.
McFadden, Warner C. General debility.
Mignault, John Hernia.
Manning, Wm. H. Substitute.
Minkler, Peter Commutation.
McRoberts, Cornelius Commutation.
McGipson, William Excessive stammering.
Monty, Lafayette Necrosis of Tibia.
Monty, Moses Son elected by mother.
Matot, Hiram Tinia Capitis.
Monty, Joseph Disease right side from abcess.
North, Fayette Commutation.
Ober, Hosea J. Substitute.
Patnode, Brunor Deformity of chest.
Pearl, Lucius H. Heart disease.
Pearl, John W. Substitute.
Pierce, Freeman Over age.
Robarge, Francis 3 brothers in army.
Sweney, James In service March 3, '63.
Savage, Joel Commutation.
Slosson, Henry Substitute.
Stafford, Bailey General deficiency [sic].
Stafford, Daniel Fistula Lachrymalis.
Tacy, Peter Under age.
Trombly, Akin Alien.
Van Tine, Edwin Commutation.
Wait, John A. Wound right side.
Wood, Albert G. H. Right Inguinal Hernia.
Willson, James Jr. Substitute.
Willson, Lysander In service March 3, '63.
Willet, Marsel Only son infirm parents.
Willson, Harmon Hernia.
Byrns, Peter Jr. Substitute.
Blanchard, Peter H. Only son aged parents.
Comstock, Nathaniel Commutation
Chittenden, Nathaniel Commutation.
Culver, Edwin J. Hydrocele & diseased testicle.
Elkins, Myron Commuted.
Finnegan, John Substitute.
Fisher, Cornelius Contracted finger.
Fisk, Augustus Loss index finger right hand.
Fisher, Oscar F. Only son aged parents.
Frederick, Samuel Substitute.
Goodman, Owen Over age.
Grogan, John Commutation.
Gray, Robert Over age.
Goreham, James Commutation.
Goss, William J. Only son aged parents.
Grant, Henry Varicocele & diseased testicle.
Gorbette, John Only son of widow.
Gettys, James C. Substitute.
Howes, Matthew Commutation.
Jersey, Henry Commutation.
Kimberley, Eli L. H. Commutation.
Leonard, Peter J. Substitute.
Lewis, James B. Only son of widow.
Larkins, Aaron M. General debility.
Ladue, Abram Tuberculosis.
Lucia, George Hernia.
Leonard, Joseph Commutation.
Loughan, James Injury to left hand.
Lavarnway, John 2 brothers in army.
Lombard, George Commutation.
Ladd, Addison Commutation.
Ladd, Henry Heart disease.
McGauley, Franklin Epilepsey.
Malrooney, John Substitute.
Moore, Alanson General disability.
Monty, George feeble constitution from birth.
Moore, Sidney Under age.
Mooney, George Commuted.
Parsons, Sanford L. weakness of ancle [sic] joint.
Pierce, Edwin B. Substitute.
Peltier, Jackson Substitute.
Peltier, Napoleon Epilepsey.
Powers., Richard Commutation.
Parsons, Jeremiah Over age.
Parsons, William H. Over age.
Probico, Moses Injury to Perinoum.
Rooney, John R. Commutation.
Rickerson, Francis Hernia.
Rock, Levi Over age.
Ryan, James Substitute.
Richards, Joseph Deafness.
Reynolds, Jacob Jr. Commutation.
Rock, Ira Loss of right eye.
Willson, Levi Stammering.
Webb, Henry Lame leg.
Woodward, Jonathan Only sup. aged parents.
Calkins, Wesley Haemoptysis.
Coupee, Thomas Only son aged parents,
Calkins, James loss of teeth. [3 brothers at war.
Gowkey, Theral Only son aged parents.
Gilleon, Anthony Only son aged parents.
Howard, Charles Diseased lungs.
Hoxley, William Commutation.
Hoxley, Francis Diseased testicle.
Martin, Jeremiah Over age.
McCam, Hugh Substitute.
Parmenter, Elijah Injury finger Rt. hand.
Pooper, Antoine Only son of widow.
The drafted men in Plattsburg, N. Y. numbering three hundred, celebrated the "election''' by music, a procession, repeated cheers for the President, Provost-Marshal, Gen. Meade and others.
A ROW IN CLINTON COUNTY.
An Enrolling Officer badly beaten.
CHAMPLAIN, Clinton Co., N. Y., July 14.
To the Associated Press:
Judge Everett, Draft Notary in Clinton co. was attacked and nearly beaten to death on yesterday.
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