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The Daily Dispatch: May 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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sent to the Provost Marshal. Shannon, in default of $390 to keep the peace, was sent to jail. Richard L. Bobannon was examined and sent before the Hustings Court on the charge of stealing a gold watch from B. B. Brown at the American Hotel. The case of James M. Graham, for stealing a valize and contents from Daniel F. Buckner, was partly heard and continued. Robert, slave of Hon. Jefferson Davis, was ordered 25 lashes for stealing 13 pounds of coffee from his master. Tennella Green, a boarder at Ann Thomas's, on Cary street, was arraigned for appearing at the Varieties in men's clothes. She was let off, it appearing to be nothing more than the practical execution of a whim on her part. The case of James Burke, for stealing a pair of pantaloons and a jacket from Sheryl. C. Botts, and sundry other articles, valued at $50, from James C. Levy, was continued for a further hearing. Sam, slave of James Gambel, was ordered to be whipped for throwing stones at
Latest from Jackson death of Gen Tilghman Brandon, May 17. --Two gentlemen rode to Jackson to day and traversed the city. The enemy had evacuated about 2 o'clock. It is supposed that they number about forty thousand, and have retreated towards Vicksburg. Firing has been heard in that direction, and it is supposed that Gen. Pemberton is in their rear Before leaving they burned the Confederate House, the depots, the penitentiary, Green & Phillips's factory, Steven's foundry, Lenoire's hat factory, and a block of buildings on State street, including the Medical Purveyor's and other Government offices. Also, both bridges over Pearl river, and destroyed several miles of the railroad track. It is reported in Mobile that some of this burning was done before we retired. The Confederate House was burned by the proprietor. Mobile, May 18.--The Advertiser and Register's special report, under date Jackson, 18th, says there was a heavy and indecisive battle near Edward