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The Daily Dispatch: August 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Four thousand five hundred dollars reward. (search)
ial witness; but the witness failing to appear yesterday, he was willing to rest the fate of his client upon the testimony for the Commonwealth, which had already been elicited; whereupon the matter was immediately disposed of as above stated. The charge of stealing a lot of jewelry and money from Mrs. Lucy A. Miller, preferred against Thomas, slave of Talbott & Brother, partially heard on Tuesday by his Honor, and deferred till yesterday, was again continued. Michael Sullivan and Monteith, two white boys of very bad character, were committed for want of security for good behavior — the first charged with striking Belia MacCarthy with a stone, and the second for stealing watermelons in the Second Market. Alice Hardgrove, charged with assaulting John L. Roane with a two-pound weight, and Philip Stanb, charged with receiving a refrigerator from Alice, knowing it to have been stolen from Roane, were discharged. Fanny, slave of Dr. Trent, was whipped for interferi