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The Daily Dispatch: May 26, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court April 1st. --The Mayor held no Court to-day. The following parties were subject to police surveillance, viz: Pat McGarra, drunk, lying in an alley, discharged; Pat Martin and Jas. Organ, assaulting and robbing Wm. H. Hardgrove of a gold watch, confined for examination; Tom Bows and Mike Dooley, stealing coal from the Petersburg depot, discharged, Samuel D. Arwood, drunk, lying on the sidewalk, discharged; John Wm. Thaxton, drunk, disorderly, and rolling empty hogsheads along Main street, continued; William, slave of Clifford Campbell, entering the store of Smith & Trallor and stealing a coat belonging to Wm. J. Ferguson, and one bed quilt and two glass tumblers belonging to Albert, slave of Smith & Trallor, case continued; and Henry, slave of Col. Talliaferro, and Jim, slave of James Galt, committed as runaways. During the day yesterday a number of parties were committed for rowdyism around the polls and petty delinquencies. The Mayor holds his Court to-day and w
December, 1862; James H. Gilman and Archer T. Walton, for stealing a sorrel mare from Clement C. Tinsley, on the 9th of March. James Organ was put on trial for garroting and robbing Wm. H. Hardgove of a gold watch, in conjunction with one Pat Martin. He was found guilty and sent to the State prison for three years. Martin will be tried on Wednesday. James H. Gilman and Archer T. Walton were next put upon trial for stealing four horses from Joseph E. Ledbetter. Messrs. Gilmer and Nancman and Archer T. Walton, for stealing a sorrel mare from Clement C. Tinsley, on the 9th of March. James Organ was put on trial for garroting and robbing Wm. H. Hardgove of a gold watch, in conjunction with one Pat Martin. He was found guilty and sent to the State prison for three years. Martin will be tried on Wednesday. James H. Gilman and Archer T. Walton were next put upon trial for stealing four horses from Joseph E. Ledbetter. Messrs. Gilmer and Nance appeared for the accused.