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Police arrests. --The following arrests were made by the police yesterday. William Jackson, free negro, charged with stealing $49.50 in Confederate money, and twenty-five cents in silver, the property of Minerva Jackson; and also with stealing a silver watch from William Jackson, a slave. Maria Canary, for stealing one calico dress from Mary E Tuck.
the corner of 23d and Main streets, occupied jointly by the complainant and Hannan. Wm. Jackson, a free negro boy, charged with stealing about fifty dollars in notes, twenty five cents in silver, and a silver watch, valued at $200, from Minerva Jackson, a free woman, was ordered to be whipped. A big, Jolly old black woman, who came to the witness stand pulling and blowing as if she was propelled by steam, testified that Bill Jackson acknowledged stealing the money and watch from her daughJackson acknowledged stealing the money and watch from her daughter Minerva's trunk, and said that he had spent some of the funds, but what was left of it he had given to his mother; the watch was at his aunt's. The accused was ordered to be well whipped. Sally, slave of H. W. Fry, was also whipped for stealing meat from the Second Market. James Simpson was fined for dealing with negroes without permission from their owners. William Wright slave of Robert Land, of King and Queen, and Jim Johnson, slave of Dr Mayo, of Powhatan, arrested on the cha
nst. About this case there is some involved, as from repeated application to the parties having it in hand, none of the particulars could be obtained. Robert, slave of Mary J. Phillips, and Daniel, slave of William Court, charged with stealing a piece of bacon from the Jackson Hospital, were ordered to be whipped. Similar punishment was inflicted upon Jim, slave of John Moore, and Mary and Nancy Lewis, free negroes, charged with receiving stolen money and a watch, the property of Minerva Jackson, knowing that such was the way in which the articles were obtained. A fine of twenty dollars was imposed upon James Simpson, charged with trading with a negro without a written from his master being first obtained. Two little negro boys, slaves of Joseph Myers and E. H. Chalkley charged with throwing stones in the streets, were discharged, as were also a half dozen boys arrested for bathing in public places. A man named Samuel W. Crubbs, arrested for wandering about the