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The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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t them till he could return from business which he had in another part of the city. There being no testimony offered in behalf of the defence, the prisoner was remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court. The following negroes were whipped: Tom, slave of Mary E. Coleman, found in the street after hours with an improper pass and a lot of books supposed to have been stolen; Tom, slave of Dr. Cox, charged with having in his possession two pairs of drawers, one vest, a pair of pants, and a hat, supposed to have been stolen; John, slave of Thompson Rowe, for stealing two pairs of shoes; Rose, slave of Thoms Bland, charged with stealing a merino show, valued at $100, from Thos J. Terry, and a slave named John, arrested with two pieces of bacon in his possession, supposed to have been stolen. Adolph New, about twelve years of age, was committed to jail on the charge of stealing a pocket-book containing a small coin of money, the property of George A. Freeman.