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The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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negro, for stealing ten dollars from John Perrin: James McFee, a member of the Eleventh United States Infantry, for representing himself to be a policeman and being concerned in the robbery of John Perrin; Armistead Robinson, a negro, for stealing merchandise from Mitteldorfer & Sons; Charles Wilson, of the Eleventh United States Infantry, for being drunk and disorderly in the house of Belle Somers; Sarah Stevens, for disorderly conduct in the street and threatening to shoot Sarah Smith; Lewis Ranson, a negro, for stealing shoes from Morris & Hess; Charles Copeland, a negro, for carrying fire-arms; Isaac Brown, a negro, for discharging a gun in the market; George Williams, a negro, for carrying concealed weapons; H. R. Allen, citizen, for assaulting and beating two Federal soldiers; Sylvester Overton, a negro, for insulting a policeman while in the discharge of his duty; Henderson Taylor, a negro, for stealing a hat from Joseph Hirshberg, and Robert Harrison, a negro; for stealing sho
The Daily Dispatch: December 25, 1865., [Electronic resource], Provost Court--Brevet-Colonel McEntee presiding. (search)
Provost Court--Brevet-Colonel McEntee presiding. --The following cases were disposed of in this Court on Saturday: Sarah Stephens, negro, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was found guilty and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Charles Wilson, of the [Eleventh] United States Infantry, drunk and in the city without a pass, was sent to the Castle for twenty days. Armistead Robinson, negro, was tried on a charge of petit larceny, found guilty and sent to the Castle for sixty days. Lewis Ranson, negro, was found guilty of stealing a pair of shoes, and sentenced to the Castle for a period of sixty days. Ned Dabney, negro, charged with petit larceny, was sent to the same institution for a like term. James McFee, charged with having been implicated in a robbery, was committed to the Castle to await trial by court-martial.