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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson 2 0 Browse Search
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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Letters and Journals of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Index. (search)
, 8, 94. 113; evening with, 11-13; at Atlantic dinners, 107-12; as editor, 111; anecdote of, 262, 263. Lowell, Maria, sketch of, 12,13, 111. M McClellan, Gen., 271. McDougall, Bishop, 292, 293. Maggi, Lt.-Col., anecdote of, 212. Malbone, 253. May, Samuel, 4. Miller, Joaquin, in England, 287. Millerites, the, account of, 51. Milne, Mr., 96; invites Lucy Stone to lecture, 98. Monarch of Dreams, 335, 336. Montgomery, Col., James, in Civil War, 186, 188-91, 206-09. Morton, Edward, 115. Mott, Lucretia, 272. Moulton, Mrs. L. C., in Newport, 228; in London, 287. Mt. Katahdin, excursion to; 117-20. Murfree, Miss (C. E. Craddock), 267. N Nantucket, described, 92, 93. Nasby, Petroleum, 244. Negroes, accounts of, 183, 184, 193, 194, 197, 199, 207-21; on tactics, 203, 204. Newburyport, early, 5-43. Newport, R. I., early, 224-32, 235-74; Town and Country Club, 230, 231, 234; scenery of, 247-49. Norton, Jane, 2. O O'Connell, Monsignor, 312,
--On Saturday this Court showed an improvement on several days of the same week in the number of subjects for dissection by the Head of Police. Most of the parties were of the colored persuasion; their various offences were not specially enormous in point of quality. Benjamin, slave of James McDonald, caught in the possession of five bottles of whiskey and a lot of sugar, supposed to have been stolen, was acquitted, the contrary appearing on examination.--Augustus Henderson, slave of Edward Morton, and Chas. Lindsay, a free negro, were charged with purloining a carpet bag, containing $75 worth of clothing and a watch valued at $30. The proof was sufficient to show that they took the carpet-bag with felonious intent, and introduced another hook on the watch than the one countenanced by its legitimate owner, Major D. M. Woody. They were committed for further trial.--George, slave of Wm. Causey, was punished for stealing a bag, of flour and two soldiers' shirts from the St. Charles
The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], The President's address to the army. (search)
s had vanished, and along with them his carpet sack, containing the $300. The evidence in regard to the complicity of Tom being rather meagre, he was discharged, while his companion, Jim, was held to await future developments. The case of Wm. Amy, charged with trespassing on Mrs. F. D. Foze and Miss T. D. Beazley, and threatening personal violence to them, was continued until to-day.--James Hamilton, a white had, charged with feloniously receiving $48 stoleadrom Sarah Farrell, had his case laid over until the 9th. The Head of Police may succeed in impressing on the youthful offender the enormity of his offence; but from his appearance, we should judge him to be under the age at which the law makes one legally responsible.--Augustus, slave of Edward Morton, and Charles Lindsay, a free black, having been punished on Saturday for the larceny of the carpet-bag and contents of Major D. M. Woody, were to day, though arraigned for the same offence, ordered to be acquitted and discharged.