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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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negroes, was condemned to pay a fine of five dollars. Sarah Edmondson, a free negro, was examined and sent on for trial before the Hustings Court for stealing a mourning dress, worth $96, from the residence of Recorder James K. Caskie. John Minnahan was fined ten dollars for straining his horse through Main street, near 6th, on Monday. Disbursing the amount, he was discharged. Thomas Pryor, charged with getting drunk and acting disorderly on Clay street, and breaking down Susan Blake's gate, was committed in default of security for his good behavior. William Flemments, of Baltimore, member of the Purcell Battery, arrested on suspicion of murdering Michael Horan, in Henrico county, two weeks since, was arraigned, and witnesses called to testify in the case, who said that Flemments was present, but they could not swear he fired the fatal shot. One of them, Morgan Roach, said he had heard that Flemments had shot at him, but he did not know the fact. Defendant was