From the Richmond Dispatch, 5/27/1862, p. 2, c. 4
Shot for Interfering with the Provost Marshal's Guard. – Richard Barry, a member of Caskie's Rangers, was shot with a musket ball through the fleshy part of his thigh yesterday evening, under the following circumstances – The Provost's armed guard had had arrested a man either for desertion or disorderly conduct, and were in front of Seabrook's Warehouse with him, when Barry rode up on horseback and peremptorily ordered his release, accompanied by threats to shoot the man who had the prisoner in custody. Seeing that the Ranger had cocked his pistol, and was quite likely to execute his threat, the officer in charge of the guard ordered one of them to ??? and the result above alluded to ensued. The wounded man was taken to the Alexander Hospital, on Franklin street. He will recover.