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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --A few cases of an ordinary kind occupied his Honor an hour this morning. We merely state the following as a fair sample: Jonathan Dick, (colored,) brought up for stealing a carpet-bag. It appeared that he was employed to carry trunks and the carpet-bag from the depot to the hotel. The trunks came to hand, minus the carpet-bag. Jonathan admitted that he received the carpet-bag. It not appearing that any search had been made, the prisoner was remanded for further proceedings. Steven, (colored,) for breach of the peace Steven was arrested on Franklin street while trying to get into a quarrel with a white man. The fifty-two lashes he is to bear will teach him a lesson of forbearance and humility. James W. Masham, a soldier on furlough, found drunk, was dismissed without comment. Ben (colored) had secured an unclaimed pair of ducks in sight of a witness, and was found with a bottle of wine — of which profert was made — which he sai