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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Cutting. --Frank Banks, a free negro, and said to be a penitentiary graduate, was examined before the Mayor yesterday, on the charge of assaulting and stabbing Henry, slave to Wm. W. Wingo. The negroes had some words in the Second Market, when Frank drew a knife, rushed upon Henry and stabbed him in the left shoulder. The Mayor remanded the accused to answer at the next term of the Court.
nsel, the cause was submitted to the Court, who found the prisoner guilty, and sentenced him to transportation beyond the limits of the United States. The Court then ascertained his value to be $100. William Martin, charged with feloniously breaking and entering the storehouse of Porter, Harris & Horner, on the night of the 26th of May last, was examined before the justices, and remanded to prison, to be indicted by the Grand Jury in February next, and tried before Judge Lyons. Frank Banks, a free negro, arraigned for feloniously stabbing and wounding a slave named Henry, the property of the Misses Wingo, on the 19th of November, was led to the bar for trial, and plead not guilty. The Court, after hearing the evidence, found him guilty of felony, and instead of sending him to the penitentiary, ordered the Sergeant to sell him into absolute slavery for life. Albert, slave to M. Mangum, charged with stealing four gold watches from Alexander Nott, on the night of the 1st