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The Daily Dispatch: August 28, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 12, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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kets (underguard) for the purpose of procuring such articles as the Yankee prisoners might stand in need of. On an excursion of the kind he had availed himself of a suitable opportunity and absented himself. The Mayor sent him to jail. The negro, as we learn, really belongs to a gentleman living in Washington, D. C., from whom he ran off and joined the Yankees.--Wm. W. Wolf, arrested as a suspicious person, was examined and discharged.--Case of Wm. Schafer, for "beating" Jacob Rich, was continued until to-day.--Daniel, slave of Cosby & Anderson, was ordered punishment, for purloining tobacco from his owners.--Edmonia Newton, free, was corrected for going about without a certificate of her freedom.--James Cullen was required to give $100 security for assaulting James Malone.--W. F. Parrish, charged with disorderly conduct in the street, was let off.--A number of cases against parties who had committed offences against the olfactories of the public were continued for further hearing.
Mayor's Court, Wednesday, March 11th --Martin, slave of Robert Hinton, was brought up for going at large, and committed to be tried for the offence. Edmonia Newton and Margaret Williams, two negro women, representing themselves to be free, but without registers, were brought up for engaging in a fight at the house of Henrietta Newton Margaret Williams, having initiated the row, was ordered to be punished. The other defendant was discharged. Margaret States was brought up, charged with stealing a lot of furniture, worth $20, from Dees. She was rent on to the Alderman's Hustings Court to be tried for grand larceny. Daniel O. Sullivan, a soldier, arrested for getting drunk and behaving derly at the Marshall Theatre, was sent before the Provost Marshal.