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The Daily Dispatch: may 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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that had caused great havoc among the shrubbery on the Capitol Square. Bill, slave of C. A. Rose, was ordered a whipping, for assaulting Frank Craven, a watchman at the Danville depot, whose orders he had refused to obey. He had been beaten by Craven afterwards, as well as thrashed by order of the authorities of the road, previously to being handed over to the Mayor. Jim Madison, colored, drunk, disorderly, drunk, disorderly, and trespassing on John E. Kelly's lot, and assaulting his cook, was punished both by corporeal infliction and a small term in the chain gang. Sheppard, slave of Ann Moody, charged with feloniously entering John Faudree's house and stealing 90 lbs. of bacon and a bag of meal, was acquitted. Adolph Zehle was committed for using language treasonable to the State, in whose employ he lately was. Isaac Lomax and Dan Anderson were committed for want of papers. Mary Smith alias Margaret Phalen, was committed for associating with negroes.
The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], The French press on the battle of Manassas (search)
Police Affairs. --The police arrested and caged the following parties yesterday evening: Tinsley P. Boatwright and James Smith, for drunkenness; Geo. Russell, for feloniously cutting Dan Anderson with a knife, and threatening to shoot Jas. McColley; Edward Sullivan, for stealing two watches from Adam, slave of J. E. Wadsworth; Wm. Dannisson, for drunkenness and chasing people in the public streets.