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The Daily Dispatch: may 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Affairs at
Recorder's Court. --A number of petty cases were disposed of yesterday by Recorder Caskie, who officiated in place of the Mayor.--Leaving out a number of small cases, we mention the following, which are hardly entitled to a higher grade of appellation: William, slave of Coleman Wortham, having in his possession a pair of medicine scales and lot of cartridges, supposed stolen, whipped; Jno. Mosby, drunk in the Market-House, discharged; Susanna Hog, free, no papers, discharged; Susan Mosby, Powhatan county free negro, whipped and ordered back; Columbia Anderson, wandering darkey, from Manchester, minus papers, let off; Philip Weber, arrested on charge of stealing cigars from J. H. Breyleston, acquitted; Thomas Henry, using abolition language, discharged, no witnesses appearing; Paul Richard, keeping his restaurant open after 10 o'clock, on the nights of the 27th and 29th--case dismissed.
The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1860., [Electronic resource], Direct trade in Earnest. (search)
Punished. --Susan Mosby, a free negress from Powhatan county, was convicted before the Mayor yesterday of being drunk in the street, and sentenced to the lash.