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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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heir future good behavior. Frederick Grobe, charged with having counterfeit money in his possession, and offering to pass the same, was again called up and again acquitted, the first having occurred on Monday, when in company with Charles Lindner, an alleged accomplice. Sandy, a slave owned by J. H. Enroughty, charged stealing from the Petersburg depot three boxes of dry goods, owned by Robert W. Joyner, was arraigned for the second time to-day, in company with Pittman, slave of Susan Howard; Henry, slave of James Taliaferro; William, slave of Muscoe Garnett; Miles slave of Dr. Hancock; Bill, slave of Julius Slowman, and George, slave of G. Berry, alleged participants in the abduction. No witnesses were examined and the case remained at the adjournment of the Court in statu quo. The case of Wash Jordan, Robert Jackson, and others, for being in a room over No. 90 Main st., was continued until Wednesday, the statue of the parties being in doubt. Peter Greentree for hirin