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The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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aw and carried before the Mayor yesterday. In addition to the cases mentioned elsewhere, his Honor examined and disposed of the following: Jack, slave of John D Quarles, whipped for running his cart against that of James Britwell, and giving the aforesaid Britwell a specimen of vulgar lingo when remonstrated with — Bill Holmes, free, whipped for assaulting George Hubbard, white, with a stick Jim Murphy, colored, from Fredericksburg, no papers, whipped.--John, slave of Henry Curtis, was whipped for having no pass and acting suspiciously.--Elijah, slave of Stephen Hunter, sent on for trial for burglariously entering J. H. Beagleston's house and stealing $200 worth of groceries, and assaulting John W. Branch.--Richard, slave of L S Joyne was committed for trial for stealing $60 worth of dry goods from C. A. Gwatkin's store.--Joseph, slave of James Thomas, punished for having a coat supposed to be stolen — Thomas Oakley was acquitted of stealing $6 worth of corn from some unknown part