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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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were disposed of by the Mayor yesterday: Samuel Bryant, for disorderly conduct and throwing rocks in the streets — fined $2 and required to give security for good behavior. George, slave of John P. Bellard, stealing a pair of boots from Putney & Watts--39 lashes. George, (No. 2.) slave of Benjamin Hatcher, stealing bacon from the Danville Rail Road Company--39 lashes. Lorenzo Frayser, destroying vast quantities of whiskey — committed in default of surety. Washington, slave of Pleasants & Frayser, stealing a bed from 2d Georgia Hospital--30 lashes. Henry W. Small and Charles W. Westcott, disorderly and abusing C. C. Fields in his own house — surety in $100 each. Benj. Moore, stealing bed clothing from Edward H. Stockes — remanded. Jerry Dunnavant and Dan Murphy, small boys, steading $2.50 from Charles. F. Fisher — remanded for trial. Kitty Ann Isaacs. stealing $13 in specie from James Webb--25 lashes — Robert, a slave, charged with receiving the money aforesaid
Court room to make arrangements for an early departure for Lynchburg. Wm. O'Brien, charged with an assault upon Jesse Glass, a citizen of Fluvanna. The Mayor heard the testimony and remarking that it was an aggravated case, held the party to bail in the sum of $200 for his appearance before the Grand Jury. Patrick Caslow, charged with assaulting James Fitzgerald.--The principal witness failed to appear, and the Mayor dismissed the case. Richard, slave of G. T. Ferguson, charged with cutting and wounding a negro woman named Martha. Dick is Martha's husband. In the enforcement of domestic authority he brandished his pocket knife and made a slight incision in Martha's shoulder. The Mayor remanded him for trial. Dan Murphy and James Berry, charged with stealing two sides of bacon from the Confederate States of America. The case was continued to the 8th inst. A fine of $5 was imposed upon Julius Sherlock for keeping his bar-room open on Sunday, the 5th inst.