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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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boisterous manner, and tearing off a gate from the front of a house on Church Hill. They were each required to give surety in $200 to keep the place. Lewis, a slave, employed by the Va. Central E. R., was charged with having a lot of flannel, bacon and other goods in his possession supposed to have been stolen, having been found upon him on Tuesday night, after 9 o'clock, on 17th street, without a pass. As he could give no reliable account of himself he was ordered 25 iash Claiborne McDowell, a fr negro, having in his possession a dirt, was ordered 25 lashes. The case of G. B. Thomason, J. W. Sartin, and Carter Tadlock, who stand charged with assaulting and robbing Wm Rowe, a soldier, of $40, was continued until Saturday, the 3d prox, plaintiff being too ill to attend sooner. The case of Joseph Gregor, charged with the murder of Michael Horan, was further continued until Saturday next. Hustings Court, Judge Lyons presiding.--Several cases of unlawful retain