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eir accustomed eagerness to the details of the petty delinquencies detected and brought to light by the Police officers. The following cases were disposed of: John, slave of Mrs. Jane Dandridge, was charged with stealing a pair of shoes from Henry Freeman, (negro.) A witness testified that Freeman, John and himself were sitting in Mrs. Miller's house waiting for a snack. Nobody was present, save as above, with the "reception of householders." John was seen to put something in his breast and lFreeman, John and himself were sitting in Mrs. Miller's house waiting for a snack. Nobody was present, save as above, with the "reception of householders." John was seen to put something in his breast and leave.--Harry discovered his understandings were gone, and afterwards found that John had sold them for a dollar. The latter was punished for the theft.--Eliza Ann Johnson, free, for remaining in the city contrary to law, was sent before the Hustings Court for trial.--Lucy Harris, free, was punished for keeping a cook shop in Exchange alley, after receiving orders to stop business in that line.--Frances Lewis, free, from New Kent, living in Mrs. Pepper's kitchen on 17th street, contrary to law,
The Daily Dispatch: August 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], Stuart cavalry Again in the enemy rear. (search)
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.