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The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 20, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court, Saturday. --Benjamin, slave of Sarah J. Ellis, was examined and sent to the Hustings Court for trial for stealing Jno, Cariton's trunk, containing $100 worth of clothing, $75 in money, and a silver watch. Thomas Foley, charged with engaging in an unnecessary fight with Tazewell Corr in the street, to the disturbance of the public peace, was examined and acquitted. Mrs. Elizabeth Cullen was arraigned for receiving a lot of meat, stolen from Mary Broderick, by Jas. Terry and Roddy Corby. The case was continued for additional evidence. Mrs. M. A. Pomfrey was sent on for trial before Judge Meredith for being engaged in the riot of the 2d of April, and entering Pollard &Walker's store, on Cary street, and helping herself to a lot of bacon. Damon, slave of Wm. A. Armistead, was ordered 10 lashes for going about without his pass. The case of Jesse White, for shooting John J. Andrews, was called up, and continued till Monday. No testimony was gi
Mayor's Court, Saturday. --The case of Robert S. Ford charged with Feloniously shooting and killing Robert Emmett Dixon, Clerk of the Confederate States House of Representative was called and continued till Monday, to await the result of the investigation of the Coroner's jury. John Reardon, charged with stealing two blankets from Mary Minegan, was examined and committed to await an indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury in May. The examination of Elizabeth Cullen, on the charge of receiving a quantity of beef stolen from Mary Broderick, was partially heard and continued until the 26 himself. Gamwell, slave of Joseph Pearce, was tried for stealing two please of bacon and one piece of soap from Major Amblor, and ordered to be finished for his dishonesty. Bel. Summers alias Anne Williams, Minus Travis Anna Adams, and Cors Livingston alias Mary Ellis, were brought up and required to answer the charge of being women of evil name and reputation, and occupying