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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Carolinian volunteers as seen by a Northerner. (search)
Mayor's Court. --The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor on yesterday: Jos. Atkinson was fined for buying a lot of cabbage in the Second Market and selling them again on the same day.--John Dilworth, charged with the commission of a violent assault on Solomon Hecht, was examined and discharged. Sol Green, free negro, minus papers was sent to jail.--Wm. M. Hill, arrested on suspicion of committing a grand larceny in Tennessee, was remanded to awaits a requisition from the Governor of that State.--Chas. Doherty and Wm. Dandridge, were required to give $150 security for assaulting Andrew Conway on a recent occasion.--Jack, slave of J. M. Sheppard, received an order entitling him to 20 stripes, for stealing John H. Wilder's coat from Hobson's barber shop.--Albert, slave of Moses Mangum, and Sam, a confrere, were ordered punishment for unlawfully possessing themselves of Joshua Rines' watch, valued at $11.50.--C. Y. Morriss, was summoned up for employing a wagon on the str
Rogues arrested. --Officer Bibb yesterday arrested for free negro named Sol Green, for stealing $68.50 from Capt. Edward O'Brien. The theft was perpetrated at the Powhatan House, where he was employed as a servant.
.50; Apples, $1.50a $1.75 per bushel. Forage — Timothy, $1.70a$1.80; Clover, $1.60a$1.70; Sheaf Oats, $1.50a$1.60; Shucks, $7 ½c. a$1 per cwt. Fertilizers — James River Manipulation guano, $60 per ton; stock small and rapidly reducing. Mexican guano, $25; Sombrero, $35; Bone Ash, $40, Stocks exceedingly light. Feathers — Quiet, at 37½ a 40 cents per lb Flaxseed — Nominal; $1.50. Flour — We quote Superfine at $7a$7.25; Extra $7,50 $7.75; Family $8.50a$9. Hides — Green, 6 cents; salted, 9½cents; dry, 12a15 cents. Iron--English refined and American, but a small supply, which is sold in limited quantities at 8 cents per lb.; Swedes, none in market. Leather — Sole, 30a35 cts. per lb.; Upper $1 per lb.; Harness 75a80 cents; Rough Skirting 55a85 cts; Calf Skins $48a55 per dozen.--Stock of all kinds very light. Lard — 21a27 cents. Lime — Mountain unslacked, $2.00, to $2.50 per bbl.; according to quantity. Molasses — New O
Sundries. --The following cases were before the Mayor on Saturday: Tom Jones, on a charge of getting money by false pretenses, continued. Tom Didamus and Sol Green, free negroes, for stealing $68 from Capt. Edward O'Brien--Green committed for trial. Bill Bradley arrested for having no papers, acquitted. Jim, slave of Mrs. Mander, going at large — committed. Sundries. --The following cases were before the Mayor on Saturday: Tom Jones, on a charge of getting money by false pretenses, continued. Tom Didamus and Sol Green, free negroes, for stealing $68 from Capt. Edward O'Brien--Green committed for trial. Bill Bradley arrested for having no papers, acquitted. Jim, slave of Mrs. Mander, going at large — committe
t is reported that Capt. Teel has been promoted Major, for meritorious conduct. Major Piron and command distinguished themselves throughout this severely contested action. But the same bravery pertained to the whole army. The 2d regiment, (Col Green's,) sustained the heaviest loss, here being some twenty killed. In Capt Walker's company, Col Baylor's regiment, one killed, (ed. Campion,) John Cleghorn badly wounded, and two others slightly. In Capt Copwood's Spy company, there were two killnd militia, under command of Brigadier-Gen Canby. A reserve was left in Fort Craig of some 1,200 or 1,000 men, under command of Brigadier-General Povey. The Confederate force engaged, including reserves and details, was not quite 2,500 men. Colonel Green was in immediate command of our forces, but General Sibley, though suffering from illness, was on the field the whole day. It is reported that the Federal General (Canby) was the last to leave the twenty-four pound gun when taken. The F
Mayor's Court. --The proceedings of this Court yesterday were as dull and uninteresting as they well could be. A number of slave owners were summoned up for allowing their servants to go at large or runaway. None of the cases were decided. Bowls & Perkins were fined $5 for violating a market ordinance, and Thomas Didamus, a colored lad, was sent on for trial as an accomplice of Sol Green, charged with stealing $68 from Capt. Edward O'Brien, at the Powhatan House.