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The Daily Dispatch: September 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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, were ordered to be whipped for unlawful gambling. James E. Gay, charged with assaulting and beating a "Mexican negro" --whatever this may be — was required to give surety in $150 that he would be of good behavior for twelve months towards all the citizens of this Commonwealth, and especially towards the "Mexican negro" aforesaid. J. P. Carr was sent to jail for want of surety for his good behavior, on the charge of having been drummed out of his regiment for bad conduct. John C. Pride and Michael Gleason were arraigned on the charge of feloniously shooting Jesse, a slave to Coleman P. Dodson. The case was continued till to-day week for further evidence, and the parties gave sureties in $700 each for their appearance on that day to answer the charge. Thomas Kane, charged with robbing Dr. T. H. Edwards of $110, was sent on to a called court of Hustings, to be held next Monday, and committed to jail in the meantime. James, a slave to James Fisher, was ordered