From the Richmond Dispatch, 7/26/1862, p. 2, c. 5
Police Affairs. – But little was done yesterday either by the civil or military police. A white lad, whose name we did not learn, was brought from North Carolina charged with passing Yankee lithographic representations of Confederate money, and committed to Castle Godwin for trial. A number of parties charged with selling liquor contrary to law were carried before the Court-Martial for trial, but the result, if any was attained, did not transpire.