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The Daily Dispatch: August 8, 1862., [Electronic resource],
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Police Court,August 7th --Recorder Caskie presiding.--The following parties were fined for huckstering, viz: Rosser Goheen, $5; David Russell, $5; Francis Wingo, $10; Wilson, slave of R. C. Nicholas, was ordered ten lashes and his stock intrude directed to be confiscated.--V. Gerard was fined $5 for peddling.--The following parties were fined $5 each for violating the health ordinance: Frederick Hambacker, Lucy Smith, Marg't Ann Smith, Henry Freeman, Francis Parsons and Polly Scott.--Henry, slave of Jackson. Straughan, got 39 lashes for an assault on a lad named C. S. Tadd.--Mary A. Thomas, a Petersburg free negro, employed at the 3d Georgia hospital, was sent to jail for being in the city without a register.--Daniel Keys, arraigned for stealing $250 from Joseph Sinton, was acquitted.
The Daily Dispatch: September 23, 1862., [Electronic resource], A heart dislocated on the battle-field. (search)
Arrival of Exchanged prisoners. Mobile, Sept. 21. --Colonel Charley Olmsted, Captain F. W. Louis, Lieutenant Henry Freeman, and twenty-two others of the Fort Pulaski prisoners, arrived here to day, via Vicksburg, and left for home this evening.