From the Richmond Dispatch, 8/2/1861 , p. 2
Outrageous Conduct. - The soldiers encamped near Hollywood Cemetery are admonished most earnestly against firing towards the burying-ground. On yesterday, while a minister was officiating at a grave surrounded by a group of persons, a spent ball from a pistol, fired outside of the enclosure, reached the party and struck the undertaker's deputy in the back. It fell to the ground without perforating his coat, and was picked up by him; but a little more force, or a little nearer position, would have produced a result so shocking that the bare contemplation of it is enough to demand the serious attention of officers and soldiers to guard them against such occurrences in future.