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The Daily Dispatch: November 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ommitted to jail. Jesse Cooper, a free man of color, was arraigned for shooting at Sally Tyree, a mulatto, on 17th street, with a pistol, thereby causing an alarm in the neighborhood in which Tyree lived. He was ordered 39 lashes Sally Tyree, as the proprietress of a disorderly house, was adjudged to receive 25 stripes. William R. Warden, charged with stealing a hat, valued at $2, from Philip Key, was bailed for indictment by the Hustings Court Grand Jury. James, slave of Emily Jenkins, was ordered 20 lashes for getting drunk and going without a pass. A free negro, named John Graves, arrested for not having his register with him, was examined and discharged on producing the same. Robert, slave of W. T. Truman, was whipped for being caught out after hours, and Tom, slave of Miss Mary Ball, were committed for going at large contrary to law. Supreme Court of Appeals--The following decisions were rendered by the Judges of this Court, on Friday last, on which