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th's right to the real estate of Jno. Kelly, dec'd, to Owen Shee; amending the charter of the Danville Bank and to authorize branches for the same; for the relief of Joshua H. Staats, late Sheriff of Jackson, and his securities; concerning district free schools in the county of Jefferson. Bills Reported.--To suspend the levying of taxes by the State on the Belmont and Wheeling Bridge for three years; to prevent the guarantee of notes, bills of exchange, or other evidences, of by Savings Banks and Insurance Companies; authorizing two volunteer companies in Albemarle to form a battalion; for the relief of Samuel Stone, Commissioner of the Revenue for Jefferson county. Adverse Report.--An adverse report was returned to the resolution inquiring into the expediency of appropriating the Militia fines of Rockingham county to the use of the Volunteer Regiment of said county. Senate Bills Reported.--For the relief of Enoch Adams, of Giles county; for the relief of M. C. Hall, la
The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], The working men's National Convention. (search)
The Mayor disposed of the following cases yesterday: Robert Spriggs and Thos. F. Moseley, fighting in Pink Alley, acquitted. The fight was all on the side of Moseley, who made the belligerent demonstrations himself. Lucy Ann Banks, of Lynchburg, committed for being in the city without a register of her freedom. William, slave of H. P. Irving, ordered 20 lashes, for stealing a pocket-knife from Thomas P. August. Charles Mosley, slave of Nancy J. Robinson, 39 lashes, for stealing an $8 shawl from Peyton, slave of J. W. Lewellen.
a and Branches. Bank of the Valley and Branches. Bank of the Commonwealth. Traders' Bank of Richmond. Bank of Richmond. Bank of the Old Dominion and Branch. Monticello Bank. Danville Bank. Southwestern Bank of Virginia. Farmer's Bank, Fincastle. Bank of Commerce. Bank of Rockingham. Bank of Howardsville. Bank of Charleston. Bank of Rockbridge. Merchants' Bank, Lynchburg. Bank of Scottsville. Central Bank of Virginia. Bank of Winchester. Southern Banks.North Carolina. Bank of Cape Fear and Branches. Bank of North Carolina and Branches. Bank of Wilmington. Commercial Bank of Wilmington. South Carolina. Bank of the State of South Carolina and Branches, Charleston. Bank of Charleston, Charleston. Bank of South Carolina, Charleston. Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston. People's Bank, Charleston. Planters and Mechanics' Bank, Charleston. Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston. State Bank, Charleston. Uni
ng until the owner be found.--William Kennedy, charged with assault and battery upon Scott, a slave of Thomas G. Bell, was required to give bail in the sum of fifty dollars for his future good behavior.--Alexander Glenn, a negro claiming to be free, and to be a resident of Chesterfield, and charged with throwing stones in the street, was sentenced to be whipped, and committed to jail until he should produce his free papers.--Fannie Taylor was brought up on the charge of being drunk and disorderly in the streets and disturbing her neighbors. Her case was continued to Wednesday.--Lucy Ann Banks, a free negress, arrested on a similar charge, was sent to jail, to answer hereafter before the Hustings Court for her unfeminine conduct.--The case of Patrick Brennan, arraigned for assaulting Bridget Egan, was continued to Wednesday, his witnesses being absent.--Martha E. Smith, alias Oliver, a free negress, was sentenced to receive ten stripes for roaming the streets without her free papers.
r the Commonwealth entered a nolle prosequi in each case. As we were instrumental in bringing these gentlemen before the court, it affords us pleasure to record their acquittal.--A nol. pros. was also entered in each of the cases of E. W. Usher, B. Shafer, Joseph Hulcher, F. Linkhauer, W. H. Haywood. B. W. Totty. --Wm. Byrd, a free negro, charged with stealing $265 in bank notes from E. B. Spence and Wm. Garey, was convicted of the felony, and ordered to be sold into absolute slavery. Lucy Ann Banks and William Pleasants, free, were ordered to be hired out to pay jail fees recently incurred by them.--John A. Faris, presented for keeping an ordinary without license, paid the costs of the same, a nolle prosequi having been entered upon that condition.--Several free negroes were granted new registers.--Twelve men were ordered to be summoned to attend court to-day as a jury for the trial of persons charged with misdemeanors.--The case of Chas. Murphy, charged with feloniously, unlawfull