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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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fore him, to have them severely punished. Jane, slave of Willey A. Smith, charged with stealing one sheet from the Confederate States, and one sheet and a act of knives and forks from some person unknown, was ordered to be whipped. Similar treatment was inflicted upon Dick, slave of J. R. Anderson & Co. charged with stealing a lot of brass castings from the Central Railroad Depot. Charges were preferred against Watson, slave of Miles George, of entering the dwelling-house of Dr. O. F. Munson and stealing four hundred pounds of bacon; and Betty, slave of some person unknown, of stealing a breastpin, valued at $3,000, the property of Mrs. John H. Johnson; but owing to the absence of important witnesses the cases were put off for future consideration. Through her counsel, (Littleton Tazewell,) Mrs. Mildred A. Roganal applied for a warrant against Mrs. Mary E. Cary, who, it is alleged, has recently indulged in abusive and libellous language towards Mrs. R. and her family.