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The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Breaking in. --Alexander, slave to Rhoda Brown, and Hanover, slave to George W. H. Tyler, were before the Mayor yesterday, for breaking into Mr. Tylor's lock-room, and stealing $6 worth of provisions, They are to be tried for the offence.
presiding. Commonwealth vs. West & Son, for permitting their slave Peter to go at large — fined $10. Wm. Gouldin, for selling goods, wares and merchandize without a license, was fined $20 and costs. In two other cases against the same party, a nolle prosequi was entered on payment of costs. Robert, a slave, the property of Chas. Jones, was tried for breaking and entering the house of James Hamilton, found guilty and sentenced to thirty-nine lashes. Alexander, slave of Rhoda Brown, and Hanover, slave of G. W. H. Tyler, were found guilty of stealing $10 worth of articles from said Tyler's house, and sentenced to twenty-five lashes each. Andrew, slave of Robert S. Waddill, plead guilty to the charge of stealing a gold watch and chain from Jas. J. Utz, and was awarded thirty-nine lashes. Jackson Crouch, Allen McGregor and Alfred Wright, residents of Hanover, were arraigned for trial for an assault upon Justice Saddler while in the discharge of his duty.--The