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The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Police Court. --Mary Ann and Ellen Freeman, free negress, from Petersburg, who have been roving about the city without passes or permission for some time past were ordered ten lashes each, by the sitting magistrate, on yesterday,--William Pittman, a free negro, charged with flourishing a cheese knife in the street, to the consternation of sundry men and women, was ordered twenty,--Jesse, a slave of Thomas J. Starke, was charged with having no pass, trying to bite the watchman, and then to have the impudence to have in his possession such a sum of money as thirty nine dollars. For all these offences he was handed over to his master for punishment.--John A. Belvin was fined five dollars for creating a nuisance. --Francis, Betty, and Laura Robinson, free girls of color, were committed for further examination, on a charge of using obscene language in public — Daniel Keyes was dismissed from the charge of stealing $20 from — Maddux, preferred on Tuesday.--Thomas Turpin and Andrew Per