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The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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James, slave of Hundley & Cance, was ordered 25 stripes for stealing a bag of sugar and other articles from his owners. Edward Mouldin, found by the police drunk and asleep in an alley, was committed in default of security for his good behavior. Ishmael Roberts, a free negro, arrested for disorderly conduct in the street, was found with a pistol in his boot-leg and ordered a thrashing for carrying unlawful weapons. Roberts was captured in Fish alley, near the New Market. Elijah Franklin and John L. Sullivan were arraigned for associating with negroes in the house of Jordana Mayo, near Warwick's mill. It appeared that about 2 o'clock yesterday morning the watchmen hearing cries of murder, went to Mayo's, and found besides a male darkey, badly beaten, the above two men, cutting up various capers, in decided opposition to law and good order. Both were committed in default of security. Lucy Dickinson, who said she was free, but had no papers to prove it arrested for