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The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court. --Only a short season was consumed in the disposition of cases before the Mayor Saturday: Two negro boys, named respectively Charles, slave of Adolph Rodgers, and Lewis, slave of Jesse Jenkins, were whipped for stealing one candle. John, slave of J. R. Anderson, charged with trespassing on the premises of John Moremary, and having in his possession an unendorsed pass, was punished with stripes. William Coots and William Leber, charged with being persons of idle and dissolute habits, and deserters from the Confederate army, were committed to jail to await further disposition of them. Patrick Sweeney, charged with assaulting and beating Rosanna Grinsby and Mary Riley, was called, but it being ascertained that he had gone out with one of the local companies, the Mayor adjourned the case over to Wednesday. [This case was before His Honor several day ago, but on account of the absence of Patrick Doran, clerk in the War Department, who, it is allege