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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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t, Mrs. Gifford, Mrs. Junius Clarke, Mrs. K Graves, Mrs. Marx, Mrs. Jones, Rev. Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Jewett, Miss Ginnie Moore, Miss The. Moore, Miss Sarah Morgan, Miss Anna Winston, Miss Maria Fisher, Miss Sallie Cole, Miss Bettle Cole, Miss Ann Baugh, Miss Elz ayo, Mrs. John Robinson, Mrs. Isaac Winston, Mrs. Ben Hancock, Mrs. Wm. L. Fore, Mrs. John Burton, Mrs. W. G. Clarke, Mrs. D. Harcock, Mrs. James McTyre, Mrs. Wm. Manders, Mrs. Robert Winfree, Mrs. Mecon Trabue, Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Holman Duval, Mrs. John Rheims, Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. James Brooks, Miss Be tie Cook, Miss Ann Branch, Miss Elra Walkins Mrs. B j min Hatcher, Mrs. Charles H. Raodes, Mrs. Dr. F. E. Luckett, Mrs. Col. L. M. Burfoot, Miss S. E. Pulliam, Miss Mary Patteson, Mrs. Maria Clarke, Mrs. John Hatcher Mrs. D. S. Walker Mrs. Lavinia Hall, Mrs. Robert Gill, Rev. M Mrs. Jeremiah Hobbs and Mrs. F. Redford. They are earnestly requested to call upon the citizens of their respective neighborhoods, and receive
h Mahoney, came to the rescue, and together they succeeded in securing the prisoner. The following cases were continued: Ben, slave of John H Gentry, slave of James A Scott, charged will stealing an indefinite amount of money from some perform unknown; William, slave of Samuel and William, slave of A F Gooch, charged with breaking into the house of Mrs. Mary Harris, in the night time, and stealing two bombazine dresses, valued at $300, the property of Mrs Harris; and Rose, slave of Holman Duval, arrested for stealing a lot of boots and shoes, valued at $500, the property of Charles Ullinan. Burwell, slave of Richard Adams, charged with stealing a lot of cigars, tobacco, pipes, sugar, brushes, and candy, from some person unknown; Betsey Green, free negro, in the city with Henrico papers, charged with harboring a slave in her house; Robert Cole, a free negro, with improper papers, charged with stealing twenty packages of ground coffee, the property of the Confederate States;