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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 4, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Court Proceedings. Mayor's Court, Monday, Jan. 5th. --R. F. Coleman was required to give security for making an assault on E. Goodner. Reuben, slave of Wm. Wright; John, slave of R. Hough; and Sarah slave of Miss Nancy Ellett, were ordered a licking for trespassing on the premises of Mr. Jefferson Powers. Henry Reinhardt, a soldier, arrested for getting drunk and acting in a very suspicious manner, was sent to the Provost Marshal. Robert, slave of George Royster, was awarded fifteen lashes for giving a false alarm of fire. John, slave of Robert Smith, was ordered ten lashes for playing ball and making a great noise in the street on Sunday. A number of country darkies, living in the city without lawful authority, were ordered to be punished; also, an unlawful assembly of thirteen negroes, found in the kitchen of Abraham Warwick, without his permission. Robert Ford, a free negro attache of the army, hailing from Frederick, Md., near which place he
The Daily Dispatch: January 4, 1865., [Electronic resource], A Japanese matrimonial advertisement. (search)
Wythe county, per Rev. Dr. Converse, 100; Miss Julia A. Marsh, Columbia, South Carolina, 60; Thos. R. Price & Co., 250; Jno. R. Tucker, 50; J. B. Winston, 50; W. Hargrove White, 100; Judge Moncure, 20; Miss Moncure, 5; Jno. Dooley, 100; R. K. J. (camp near Harrisonville), 10; J. W. S., 10; Alex. Taylor, 50; H. A. Lurxthal, 250; Thos, Samson, 500; Peter V. Daniel, 200; citizens of Amelia, per J. G. Jefferson, 625; a young lady of Mecklenburg, 600; R. H. Strother, 100; James Warwick, 150; George Royster, 50; a little girl in the country — her own earnings, made by selling chestnuts — to buy bread for some poor child in Richmond, 5; William Collie, of Wilmington, 5,000; City Council of Richmond, 10,000; a friend, four $100.8 per cent. bonds. Contributions of money, food and fuel are required for the poor. Contributions of money should be sent to H. E. C. Baskehill, Treasurer; and all supplies should be consigned to the "Relief Committee of Richmond," care of Messrs. Martin & Cardoz