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The Daily Dispatch: January 10, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 12, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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from the effect of which the child died. The examination was continued until this morning and the negress committed. George, slave of William Cheatham, charged with breaking into and robbing the market stall of William Collins of a quantity of corned beef, was ordered thirty-nine lashes. John S. Williams, soldier, charged with stealing a pair of pantaloons, fifty dollars in Confederate treasury notes, and one pocket-knife, all the property of Ellis J. Richbury, was remanded for the Hustings Court. Harriet, slave of Catherine Davis, charged with stealing a suit of clothing of the value of one thousand dollars from John Munn, was sent on. H. G. Traylor, charged with trespassing on the premises of John T. Hicks and carrying away the window shutters from the said house without the knowledge or consent of Hicks, was required to give security in the sum of five hundred dollars to keep the peace. Some cases concerning negroes, of no interest, concluded the docket.
very much, and she supposed that they had been mistaken for the same persons. Albert Throgmorton, a soldier, was charged with stealing a horse, valued at one thousand dollars, the property of the Confederate States. Captain J. H. Rives, in whose company the accused is a private, stated that the horse was stolen from his camp, in Henrico county, near the reservoir, and brought to this city by Throgmorton, who he had reason to suppose had stolen two others from him. Mr. Westcott, the proprietor of a stable on Franklin street, testified to the prisoner's bringing said horse to his stable and offering him for sale as his property. The accused offered no defence. The facts in case proving that the theft was committed without the corporate limits, the Mayor sent the prisoner before a county magistrate. Harriet, slave of Catherine Davis, charged with stealing a coat, pair of pants and a vest, valued at one thousand dollars, the property of John Munn, was ordered to be whipped.