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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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D. Eacho, was arrested Saturday might on suspicion of having stolen some bacon; also, Jacob Schaaf, a white man; charged with breaking into the tailor shop of John McNaught, and stealing a cost, two pairs of scissors, and a lot of buttons.--Marshall Bradley, a free negro, who has served with the Lynchburg-Artillery at Alleghany Mountain, performed a piece on his favorite banjo on Saturday night while walking along the street, when he was pounced-upon by a watchman and conducted to the cage. Brley, a free negro, who has served with the Lynchburg-Artillery at Alleghany Mountain, performed a piece on his favorite banjo on Saturday night while walking along the street, when he was pounced-upon by a watchman and conducted to the cage. Bradley was armed with a knife, as negroes generally are when they turn from a campaign. His banjo, however in his pride; and he was permitted to enliven the gloomy dungeon with a few familiar airs, while warming his toes at the fire in the guard room.
head, but not dangerously. It appears that Pleasant, after the difficulty, went to the watch house and surrendered himself, stating to the officers that John Jefferson made at him, and he struck him with an are. The case was continued. Marshall Bradley, free, charged with playing a banjo in the streets, and carrying deadly weapons. Bradley has been serving with the Lee Battery at Alleghany. Mountain, and fought with bravery, in the recent battle at that point. He produced highly complimBradley has been serving with the Lee Battery at Alleghany. Mountain, and fought with bravery, in the recent battle at that point. He produced highly complimentary letters from officers and citizens of Lynchburg, and the Mayor discharged him after, confiscating the dirk and pistol. Shouldering his favorite banjo, he left the Court room to make arrangements for an early departure for Lynchburg. Wm. O'Brien, charged with an assault upon Jesse Glass, a citizen of Fluvanna. The Mayor heard the testimony and remarking that it was an aggravated case, held the party to bail in the sum of $200 for his appearance before the Grand Jury. Patrick C