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The Daily Dispatch: January 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Stealing clothing. --Four negroes, named Robert, Washington, and Ann Scott, slaves, and Ann Banks, free, were arraigned on the charge of stealing, some time since, from Mr. Robert Richardson, two boxes of crockery ware, one large box of clothing, and a rocking chair, valued at $300. Witnesses were examined, who established the guilt of the parties, whereupon the Mayor sent them on to the Hustings Court for further trial.
Late Northern News.an election ordered by Banks in Louisiana. Mobile, Jan. 26. --The Advertiser and Register has a special dispatch from Como, Miss., which contains Northern dates of the 24th. Another plot to release the Johnson Island prisoners by rebels in Canada has been discovered, and it is reported that two companies of British troops have been sent to Windsor, opposite Detroit. Quantrell, with 1,500 men, is at New Carthage, La., below Vicksburg. The Confederate s New Carthage, La., below Vicksburg. The Confederate steamer Florida has been repaired and sailed from Erest. Advices from Vera Cruz, of the 2d inst., state that a battle occurred at Moralla on the 17th of December. The French captured 11 cannon and 1,000 prisoners. Juares escaped to Monterey. Banks has ordered an election for members of a Convention in Louisiana. The election is to take place on the first Monday in April, and the Convention to meet on the first Monday in May.