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The Daily Dispatch: December 8, 1860., [Electronic resource],
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Mayor's Court. --William, slave to Mrs. Jas. Tally, was convicted before the Mayor yesterday, of attempting to kill Mrs. Toppin, and ordered thirty-nine.--Moses and Carter, two slaves, charged with beating Andrew Cosby, a free negro, were partially heard, and continued until to-day.--Vincent Andrews, for threatening violence to his wife, was held to security for his good behavior.--Wm. Hutchinson, for stabbing Alexander Tinsley in the forehead, was discharged.--Tom and Woodson, slaves, the first for stealing a gold watch from Alexander Nott, and the last for receiving it, knowing it to have been stolen, were sent on to the Hustings Court.