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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Hustings Court, Tuesday, June 11th, 1861. Recorder Caskie presiding. Present Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Sadler, Binford, Burton Timberlake and Regnault. The petition of Digges & Booth, to keep an ordinary, was heard and granted. The application of Henry Banks (a negro emancipated by Bacon Tait) to remain in the State, being heard before a full bench, was granted. Ordered that he be registered in the office of the Court. Elijah, slave of Stephen Hunter, was tried for breaking into James H. Beagleston's store, on Dock street, on the night of the 25th of March last, and stealing a large lot of groceries, convicted and sentenced to receive thirty-nine lashes, well laid on. Flemming Morgan was held for fighting with James Harwood in the street, and fined $5 and costs of Court; which he paid. John Blackwell was tried for permitting his slave to go at large, and declared not guilty whereupon the same was discharged from custody. David W. Hughes, indicted
The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource], Greeley makes a motion to admit the Southern members. (search)
ler's. Could not positively recollect whether I had intimate intercourse with her there or not. Saw her twice at Mrs. Minter's, and saw her in the dining-room. One evening she met me on Main street, and I took a walk with her. The remainder of the testimony of Meade proved that he was the paramour of Mrs. Ould, and that there had never been a proposition of marriage. She had mentioned the subject to screen her own guilt, but he had never originated the subject. Never sent a message by Henry Banks, a colored man, to Mrs. Ould, during her imprisonment, except about a watch; never sent her a proposition to leave town. Do not recollect whether or not she was ever in a state of pregnancy at any time during our intimacy. Remember when she fell down upon the sleet, but do not think that she was in that condition then, or when she shot me. The house on Franklin street was rented in her name. I contributed some forty dollars to set up the house. Was employed in the Confederate Arsenal
s entered by thieves and robbed of four valuable coats. The regular army. In the contemplated re-organization of the regular army it is alleged that the colored troops will compose a large proportion of the same, and the respective regiments will be recruited up to the maximum number. Accident to a delegate in Congress. We learn that Hon. Allen A. Bradford, delegate from Colorado, was last night run over by a street car. He was very badly injured. Undivided profits of Banks, &C. The United States Treasurer has written a letter, in which he says that he considers it to be his duty, under the law, to have the undivided profits of a bank taxed as deposits. What Forney Thinks. "I repeat that, looking at the President's restoration policy as enunciated in his two letters to the Governors of Georgia and Alabama in the light of the facts just stated, I believe and predict it will prove to be a permanent and a peaceful adjustment. "It is not in the na