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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Police Arrests. --The following parties were arrested yesterday afternoon by the Mayor's police and committed to the lower station-house: Jane Harris, a free negro, charged with stealing a lot of ladies' wearing apparel, the property of Mrs. Mary A. Brown. Thomas, slave of Gideon Garber, for assaulting and beating with a stick, Patrick Nolin, a white man. The cases will be investigated before the Mayor this morning.
ht in on an attachment. Her evidence was such that the Mayor felt constrained to remand both of the accused for trial, admitting them to bail in the sum of five hundred dollars each, which was given by the fathers of the accused. Andrew J. Mahone, charged with the theft of sundry articles of clothing and cutlery from Conrad Bender, to the amount of thirty dollars, and breaking into his house to obtain the same, was discharged, but remanded to the custody of the Provost-Marshal. Jane Harris, free negro, charged with the theft of clothing belonging to Mary A. Brown and having nine bags, supposed stolen, was remanded. Thomas, slave of Gideon Garber, of Henrico, charged with assaulting and beating Patrick Nolan, a white man, with a stick, was sent on to the Examining Court. Morris O'Donnell, charged with being drunk and disorderly in the street, was sent to the Provost-Marshal. Thomas Fentries and Benjamin Whit lock were fined for a violation of a city ordinance