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The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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me evening, he found it in the possession of the defendants and a third person, which last escaped. The case was continued to Monday, to afford the defendants an opportunity to procure witnesses.--Daniel Collins, alias Michael Stephens, charged with being drunk and lying on a sidewalk, was discharged, upon assuring the Court that he could find his way back to his camp.--John T. Smith, the same above named, was charged with assault and battery upon Julia Selden. Case continued to Monday.--Isaac Levy appeared in discharge of his recognizance entered into Friday morning, to answer the charge of throwing stones at Martha Williams. He gave surety in $150 for his good behavior for twelve months.--The case of Stavethoper & Hansler, charged with creating a unissued, was continued to the 10th.--John H. Cook, charged with violently assaulting and beating Denis Wren, was required to give surety to keep the peace for twelve months, and for his appearance before the Hustings Court in November ne
ealing a small lot of coffee from N. C. Lipscombe. She was caught in the act of committing the theft. Charles, slave of R. Jones, was ordered to be whipped for stealing two hog's heads from Wm. Wayne, in the Second Market on Saturday morning. The negro stole the heads from Mr. Wayne's stall, and ran off with them, but was pursued and caught, and the heads recovered. Charles Pryor, a free negro, and John, slave of John Pollard, were ordered to be whipped for stealing seventeen blankets from Seabrook's Hospital; and Martha, slave of Wm. H. Pleasants, and Kate and Betty Latimer, free negroes, were ordered to be whipped for receiving the said blankets. Isaac Levy, a small boy, son of Lewis B. Levy, was charged with stealing a $20 note from a negro. It appeared he snatched the money from the negro and ran; was pursued and caught with the money on him. There were also found on him two sets of gold stud buttons, and the brass case of a watch. He was committed until to-day.