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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Iron from the C. S. Government, was discharged. The trial of Andrew, slave of Mrs. Thos. O. Burton, and Robert, property of Benj. Cutler, for cutting and stabbing James, slave of John Wells, on the 9th day of August, were ordered 39 lashes each. The trial of Charles Schwartz; for stealing a horse from Chas. T. Gauter, was postponed till the next term. A copies was awarded against Mary Lee for non-attendance, charged with receiving stolen goods, returnable this morning. Joridna Mayo, a free negroes, charged with stealing one feather bed from a negro named Robert Crane, on the 29th of August, was discharged. Meade, slave of Wm. P. Strother, charged with stealing from the C. S. Government six sides of leather, valued at $1,000, one piece of gray cloth, valued at $500, and one bag of coffee, worth $100, on the 29th of August, was ordered 39 lashes. A rule was awarded Samuel E. Fox to appear on Saturday and show cause why he should not be fined for permitting h