Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:
The Daily Dispatch: June 21, 1861., [Electronic resource],
$10 reward. (search)
Mayor's Court. --The cases brought before His Honor for adjudication yesterday were exceedingly frivolous. The following is an enumeration of them and the result of the Mayor's inquiries into each. Susannah Harris, free, no papers and drunk, 10 lashes; Patrick H. Connell, drunk and disorderly in the street, discharged; Armistead, slave of James Gray, no papers and after hours, 15 stripes; William, slave of George Fitzhugh, stealing wood from Daniel B. Currie, 15 stripes; James Weaver, stealing a horse from T. W. Steward, valued at $75, acquitted; Clara, slave of George W. Royster, stealing $3 from Lewis Linnaman, acquitted; King, slave of J. H. F. Mayo, stealing two umbrellas and one cane from Wm. P. Strider, 30 lashes; Lewis G. Close, suspicious person, continued in jail; L. J. Slater, assaulting Abraham Solomon, required to give $100 security for his good demeanor; Robert Lewis, charged with murder, acquitted.