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The Daily Dispatch: September 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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am Mitchell, who is evidently becoming demented, and who will soon be a lunatic if not furnished with some employment for his hands and brain, was brought up to answer the charge of being disorderly in the Spotswood Hotel. His Honor took the only step he could humanely take in the matter — namely, measures for his safe-keeping. John, a slave, was ordered twenty lashes for having in his possession, without being able to prove his property therein, a lot of wrought and cast iron. Peggy Baker, a free negress in the wrong place, was ordered to go back to Chesterfield. Jeremiah Dwyer, who was recently drummed out of his regiment as an incorrigible rogue, was up on the charge of vagrancy, and, in default of surety in $150 for his future good behavior, will go into the chain gang — the best place for him. John, a slave, was ordered to be kept till called for by his owner or hirer. Michael Kearney, charged with unlawful gaming with a negro, was required to give suret