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The Daily Dispatch: September 22, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Mayor's court, yesterday. (search)
Mayor's court, yesterday. --Thomas O'Donald, drunk and lying on the sidewalk, was turned over to the Provost-Marshal to be sent to his command.--John Carvedo, charged with assaulting and beating Michael Dolan, was hold to security for his good behavior — Jacob Saudek, charged with using abusive and insulting language towards Otway Black and his mother, was required to give security to keep the peace.--William G. Wyatt was fined ten dollars for permitting his servant, Washington, to go at large.--The cases against Margaret Andrews, charged with stealing ladies' wearing apparel and bed clothing, and John, slave of Robert Lumpkin, charged with breaking into the house of George Lee, on the 7th of August, and stealing a large amount of groceries, were continued.--Several negro cases of minor importance were disposed of, after which the court adjourned till this morning.
The Daily Dispatch: September 24, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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Mayor's Court, Thursday. --Margaret Andrews, a white woman, charged with stealing sunday articles of female wearing apparel, bed clothing, &c., the property of Lucinda Cordle, and suspected of setting fire to Myers's kitchen, was examined and remanded for a further investigation before the Court of Magistrates.--Jacob Souder, charged with using abusive and threatening language towards way Black, and being noisy and trouble-some to his neighbors, was required to give security for his good behavior.--The case of Nat, slave of George T. Ratelitte, suspected of being one of the party who burglariously entered the house of George Lee, on the night of the 7th instant, and stole about five thousand dollars worth of was continued — John, slave of the Confederate States, charged with stealing four hundred dollars, a knife and pocket-book from Matthew Eagan, was ordered to be whipped; and the same punishment was directed to be administered upon Baylor, slave of Thomas Dorwell, char
The Daily Dispatch: October 12, 1864., [Electronic resource], Death of
Hustings Court. --The second day's proceedings of the October term of the Hustings Court of Magistrates are as follows: Margaret Andrews, charged with burning the house on Seventh street, between Cary and Canal, known as Mayers's kitchen, in which were living a number of destitute families, against one of whom she had a spite, was examined; but, for want of sufficient evidence to convict her, she was discharged. Henry Winston, slave of John M. Goddin, charged with breaking into the house of Alexander R. Holladay and stealing therefrom six thousand dollars' worth of groceries, was found guilty and sentenced to be sold beyond the limits of the Commonwealth. His value was assessed by the court at five thousand five hundred dollars. The court then adjourned till eleven o'clock this morning.