From the Richmond Dispatch, 1/21/1862, p. 2, c. 3
Bloody Affray. - An affray took place last evening at the Central depot, in which N. L. Green, an attache of the Monument Hotel, was shot by a pistol said to have been fired by Jos. Wagner; and J. K. Blake, a member of the McCulloch Rangers, was badly cut by Green. We did not hear that the wounds were fatal, although severe. Wagner was the only one of the party arrested. The difficulty grew out of an old feud between Green and Blake, and Wagner acted as Blake's friend.