During the Civil War, Seibels served as a colonel of the 6th Alabama Infantry regiment. In the letter he discusses the possibility of Bolling Hall, Jr., joining with Captain Davis to form a new company of men from Autauga County, Alabama. He also...
One of Hartshorne's men, Jack Davis, had been arrested for drunkenness and disorderly conduct by a Colonel Taylor. Hartshorne is on trial for failing to assist Taylor in the arrest; for allowing Davis to misbehave; and for rebuking Taylor for...
Davis had been arrested for drunkenness and disorderly conduct by a Colonel Taylor. Semple argues that Davis should not be charged with more than intoxication while on duty, because he was provoked by Taylor: "the aggravations, of abusive language...
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