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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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and oznaburg pants; no scars of note about his person, and says he belongs to William Warren, of Fredericksburg, and was hired to Gibson Miles, at Gus. Taylor's Tobacco Factory corner of 24th and Frank' in streets, Richmond, from which place he ran away. 2d. A Negro Boy calling himself Fielding Lewis, of dark copper color, about 12 years of age, 4 feet 5 inches high, apparel the same; no scars or marks perceptible, and says he belongs to John Holliday, of Maryland, and was hired to Fitzhugh Mayo, the proprietor of a tobacco factory in Richmond, from which place he ran away. 3d. A Negro Boy calling himself Joseph Henry Smith, as a runaway, but who claims to be a free boy, and is of dark mulatto complexion, about 12 years old, 4 feet 5 inches high, thick head of hair; had on when committed an old blue coat, flannel shirt and woolen pants, and says He is a son of Eliza Ann Johnson, a free woman, and was hired to Thomas Beale, of Richmond, in a tobacco factory, from which place
Larceny. --Three negro boys, named Henry, Ephriam, and Jack, owned respectively by Bernard Peyton, Harriet Hullum and Fitzhugh Mayo, were brought before the Mayor yesterday upon a charge of stealing a chest containing a lot of clothing, two $20 gold pieces and $15 in small change, from a little negro named Tom, the property of Dr. Peter H. Anderson. The plunder was found in possession of the rogues, who had carried it out into the suburbs of the city and were proceeding to divide it between them. They were remanded for trial.