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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.66 (search)
in your Confederate column. Ashby, Turner (Capt.), killed near Harrisonburg, June 6, 1862. Ashby, Richard, was killed, or rather wounded, at Kelley's Island in 1861, and died of his wounds soon after at the house of Mr. Washington. Ashby, Vernon, dead. Ashby, Luther R. (third lieutenant), still living. Athey, W. Scott (was Baptist preacher), dead. Anderson, Edward, died since the war. Barnes, Jacob S., living in Baltimore, Md. Blackmore, Robert, died since the war. Burnes, Milton, living in Fairfax County. Brent, Warren, killed at Upperville, June 27, 1863. Brent, Wm., wounded at Buckton in 1862; died October 3, 1904. Brent, Hugh, wounded at Buckton in 1863, through his neck; living in Baltimore, Md. Bruce, Charles, killed at Sappony Church in 1863, Wilson's Raid. Buckner, Dick, living near Delaplane, Va. Cochran, T. B., died since the war. Crane, Major, died since the war. Cornwell, Silas, died 1862, typhoid fever. Carter, George,
Heavy Haul. --A man named Burnes was robbed of $800 last Monday night by an acquaintance who lodged with him, and who secured his pocket book and contents and made tracks for other quarters before Burnes awoke. The police were in search of the robber the greater part of the day. Heavy Haul. --A man named Burnes was robbed of $800 last Monday night by an acquaintance who lodged with him, and who secured his pocket book and contents and made tracks for other quarters before Burnes awoke. The police were in search of the robber the greater part of the day.
ef synopsis of the business transacted before the Mayor yesterday: A negro woman named Lucy, slave of Jane Nelson, was arraigned on the charge of stealing from Fanny Burnce one pitcher and a pair of china candlesticks some months since. Miss Burnes testified that about twelve months ago the articles enumerated were stolen from her room, and having reason recently to suspect the accused, a search was instituted, which resulted in finding them in her room. Lucy stated that they had been given her by another lady, who occupied the same room as Miss Burnes did. The Mayor, discovering some evidence of cander in the negro's statement, dismissed the case, and surrendered to the complainant the articles which had been stolen. A charge was made against William, slave of Peter Foster, of having in his possession twenty- five pillows, six bedticks, and one pair of boots, supposed to have been stolen. William introduced a white witness, who testified that the articles had been giv
Mayor's court, yesterday. --Henry, slave of Lavinia Claiborne, charged with using insulting language to william Burnes, and resisting the officers in the discharge of their duty, was ordered to be whipped. Arthur and Jacob Breier, youths, were charged with assaulting and beating Charles Blake and threatening to administer the same punishment upon Charley's brother. After listening to a long story from the parents of both parties, the case was dismissed. John Miller was fined in two cases (twenty dollars each) for retailing ardent spirits by the drink without a license--Officer Moore was witness to the payment for the drinks obtained in Miller's saloon. Cynthia, slave of Robert W. Leckay, was ordered to be whipped for stealing groceries from her master's store. Mr. Leckay has long suspected the accused of robbing him, but was unable to fasten guilt upon her until Thursday last, when he caught her in the act of fitting a duplicate key to his store door. Patric