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The Daily Dispatch: May 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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d had obtained from them promises to do so. Incidental to the matter on hand, officer Morris mentioned that a coopts was already pending in Court against Miss Woodward (who is quite young and pretty) for slapping his (Morris's) jaws and drawing a pistol on him during the riot which occurred last year. At the solicitation of counsel, the Mayor continued the case till to-morrow morning. Joseph Anderson, a youth, was charged with stealing twelve soldiers aborts a few days since, from Mrs. Mary Bolton. The garments were taken from a passenger car at the Petersburg depot, and there being reason to suspect the officer Moore obtained a warrant and took him under arrest. He acknowledged the deed, and accompanied the officer in search of the parties to whom he had sold them. The Mayor admitted the prisoner to ball for his appearance for further examination before the Hustings Court. William, slave of Ambrose Carlton, was committed to jail for having in his possession two demijohn