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The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ara Coleman's pass, was punished for purloining a cloak from her. --Two young white men were arraigned for getting on a bender and knocking Wm. H. Hayward's glass door into a cocked hat; one was discharged, and the other gave bail. --Silas, slave of B. S. Dickinson, was punished for getting drunk and be having disorderly on Grace street, Sunday.-- Jos. Smith, small darkey, found asleep under a pile of lumber, corner of 6th street, was detained, in order that he might be bound out to learn a trade by the Hustings Court.--Jim Burns, a Norfolk immigrant, was let off on promise of striking a bee-line for salt water. He was arrested for intoxication.--Eliza R. Ellis, negro, no papers and drunk, punished.-- Wm. King, negro, having no papers, was arrested; but producing the documents, was arrested; but producing the documents, was released.--John Lillis, belligerent and athletic, was arrested for pounding Jno. Joyce about the face, without provocation; held to bail in $150 and discharged.