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The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], From Georgia — the battle of Kennesaw Mountain. (search)
at county. Jerry Dunnavant and Lee Whitehurst, charged with stealing one breastpin from Lieut. Col. James Nelligan, were called up. On account of the inability of the Mayors to procure the attendance of Nelligan as a witness, he being with his command, the parties were discharged of the crime; but, in consideration of the previous bad character of Dunnavant, he was required to give security for his good behavior in future. Whitehurst was sentenced to the penitentiary on Friday, in Judge Lyons's Court, for forgery. The following cases were continued for reasons deemed satisfactory by his Honor: Daniel, slave of Andrew L. Ellett, charged with entering the dwelling house of Hammond Geering, on Friday morning, and stealing one barrel of French brandy, valued at $1,000, $400 in Confederate money, and a lot of groceries, Ben, slave of John H. Gentry, and Edgar, slave of James A. Scott, charged with felony. A fine was imposed upon Elenore Stack for obstructing the sidewalk.