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The Daily Dispatch: March 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ow, the property of Emanuel Burch. From the time this case was called till the adjournment of the court, Doland kept up a continual disorder and confusion by crying and begging for his release, that he might go home to his mother, from whose protection he would never stray again. He was subsequently discharged on account of his youth. The cases against John Ryan, charged with stealing a pistol from C. L. Harliss, and with taking, by force and violence, seven hundred dollars from Patrick H. Martin, were again called, but from reasons which have formerly prompted their continuance, the Mayor further postponed the matter. A fine of twenty dollars was imposed upon Henry Miller for permitting a slave hired by him to go at large. Lewis Held, charged with allowing his goats to go at large, to the annoyance of his neighbors, was allowed time to produce rebutting evidence. The day's proceedings were concluded by ordering several negroes to be whipped for insolence to whit