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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1863., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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R Harrison and family, of Goochland, 67; Church in Gordonsville and others, through Rev D B Ewing 100 25; Jno Spears Powhatan, 10; Melton Kutley, Augusta, 40; W B Harris, Clarke co, 5 Citizens of Woodstock and its vicinity, through Mark Bird, 363.25; Salem Church Charlotte, Rev E W Roach, through Tn Harvey, 104,85; Spring Creek Cho, 125; a Confederate officer, 50; a citizen of Gloucester co, 165; Oliver Church, New Kent, 11.50, Rev G W Leyburn, Redford, 250; Mt Morish Church, Po through Hiram Harris, Esq, 63.75, 48th Va regt, Wise's brigade 433; Mrs. Nancy Rowlett, Church Hill, 10; Officers of 26th Va reg't, 2 Jas B Eston, 40; Mrs J C Graham, N C. 20; Mis0; Church at Louisa C H. through sade 82; George Whitfield 100; Capt W A Perkins, Cumberland, 50; B J D, Scottsville, 20; Mrs J A Murchin, Chesterfield, 25; Jas M Harris, Powhatan, 25; Episcopal Congregation. Charlestown, Jefferson co through Rev C E Ambler, 408.32; Rev Isaac G born and family, Charlestown, 25; David Rowell, Char
do; Lieut 8 Furr 2d do; N C Rumple, 4th do;--Forcum, 33d do; J P 8 co B, 6th do; A M D Kenny, 4th do; W R Philips, 2d do; R H Joseph E F Burnard; G H P; E B C Harris, co A, 4th do; Lieut. S C Long 4th do; J B Nelson, 54th do; P C Carlton, 2d Cavalry, Major G W Andrew; D F Brower; Thos Summers, 4th N C reg't; M R Gorman, 4th dog't; Thos Rickard, 4th do; R Morrison, 7th do; R S Gage; Miles Sherrill, Thos Sherrill, 48th do; M M Yandles. co K, 36th do; W Caubis; H P Gidding, 20th do; Ch 8 Harris; G Garrison 57th do; Lt J B Foreum 4th do; J H Hyman 13th do; N C Steel, 4th do; F A Shuford, co C 4th do; Lt J F Conleys co B 54th do; D Cape; Capt A W Carr, 46th do; J P D, 2d do; J Harris, 33d do; Q Garrison, co C, 43th do; E W Wood, 34 do; Capt. A S McRen. 7th do; Mathew, Powers, 5th do; Sergeant 57th do; Serg't J D Wilds, 22d do; Allen Harrelson, 13th do; M Capt P M Garnett, 5th do; Capt Store, 37th do; W Emery, 57th do; M Parrish; Capt W D Doad; Lieut J C Mills, 7th do; H R Curtis
A Complicated case. --Judge McEntee, in the Provost Court, was engaged nearly the whole of yesterday in the investigation of a charge against seven negroes of stealing two horses from Mr. James Lyons on the 7th of December. The case was not disposed of, but will be resumed to-day. It was necessary to inflict an amount of corporeal punishment upon one of the number, George Tripp, a penitentiary convict, to extort the truth from him. Another of the party, named Hiram Harris, came to Judge McEntee's office on Tuesday and gave himself up, voluntarily stating that he received the horses from Tripp, took them to Petersburg and offered them for sale. The case is one which presents many difficulties, yet it is believed that the whole seven were in some way connected with the theft.