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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Proceedings in the Courts. Major's Court, Tuesday, Nov. 18th. --Lizzie, slave of Dr. Ellison, arrested by Watchman Wasserman, was committed for going at large. William, slave of Talbott & Brother, charged with making a felonious assault on Henry Mayo, manager of a farm owned by the Talbotts, in Chesterfield, last Friday night, having been picked up in this city by the police, and brought before the Mayor, was ordered to be sent to Manchester for trial. Alick, slave of Mrs. Mary Rose, and Robert, slave of Miss Mary Howard, were arraigned for stealing $15 from Daniel Rose. The latter not appearing, they were discharged from custody, none of the police officers knowing anything of the transaction. Wm. Irwin and John Bastain, two youths, were arraigned for surreptitiously possessing themselves of a bed-quilt belonging to Bridget McDonough. Five little boys were introduced to show how the article in question was sequestered. Mrs. McDonough being sworn, demonstrat