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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.39 (search)
s, William Edwards, *Daniel Eads, J. L. Farmer, Dick Foster, T. M. Gathright, * M. H. Gathright, W. A. Gray, * William Gentry, *Ed. Gammon, Henry Holman, R. J. Hoye, Daniel Hughes, Sam Humphries, * Newton Hodges, * G. W. Johnson, Charlie Johnson, *Jim Jackson, * Bob Knibb, * Dabney Lane, William Lumsden, L. B. Laseur, Thomas Loyall, *Jim Loving, * George Loving, C. E. Massie, William Macbride, * Aleck McLaine, *Jim Miller, Frank Mathews, B. J. Nuckols, J. P. Nicholas, William Nunnally, J. E. Perkins, *N. Perkins, J. R. Poor, Charlie Palmer, Ed. Powers, J. N. Pleasants, Sam Pettitt, Luston Phillips, * George Radford, * Tom Rigsby, William Richardson, *J. C. Riddell, * S. J. Rock, * Beverly Rock, * William Russell, * Felix Sharp, William Sharp, * Silas Seay, Marcus Smith, *Jim Shelburn, * John Southworth, * William Tillman, Tom Turner, H. C. Thomas, J. A. Thoma
se, was ordered a whipping and committed. The police having made an entry on Wednesday night into the tenement near the bridge on the street leading past the City Jail, the following parties were arraigned as the result of the raid, viz: Frank Mathews, Louisa Williams, Hannah L. Atwell, and Fanny Seymour, females, and Edward J. Costello and Washington Goodrick, males. The women were required as dissolute characters, &c., to give security in $500 for their good behavior, and the same amoun and themselves as mean speaks and rogues. A warrant was afterwards procured, and on finding him in Mathews's house, he was arrested. The required bail was given. Ellen, slave of Henry Rycel, was committed as a runaway, and ordered to be whipped for being at the house of Frank Mathews. George Nowlan and Taylor Weitzel, the latter a Government employee from Harper's Ferry, were brought up for drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street, and were discharged after an admonition.