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Tota 16, 21,18 22,5 2,218

l. 614 7 09

WAR DEPARTMENT, BUREAU OF MILITARY JUSTICE,

September 16, 1865.

The SECRETARY OF WAR FOR THE PRESIDENT:

In the case of Edward A. Swain, lately a midshipman in the rebel Navy and now in confinement at San Francisco, Cal., under sentence of a military commission, an application for pardon being referred to this Bureau, it is reported to the Secretary of War for the President, on the 6th of September, instant, that the record of the prisoner's trial had not reached its files, but that from a general order of Major-General McDowell, in which the proceedings of the military commission before which he was tried were fully reviewed, it appeared that the prisoner, with certain associates, had been convicted of an atrocious crime, for th guilt of which the brief imprisonment to which they had been subjected could not, in the opinion of this office, be considered an expiation, and that in the absence of the record no just reason was found for disturbing the execution of their sentence. The record of the trial is now at hand. It appears from it that the prisoner, with T. E. Hogg, John S. Hiddle, W. L. Black, T. J. Grady, R. B. Lyon, and Joseph Higgin, was found guilty by a military commission convened in