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The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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roes and drunken loafers. We give a summary. E. L. Gaston, a white man was arraigned for being drunk and disorderly and trespassing on the premises of Col. Wm. H. Fry. His punishment was a fine of one dollar. Peter, slave of Williams & England, was arrested and caged on Wednesday night for being without a pass and having in his possession a flat iron supposed to have been stolen. He was ordered ten lashes. A most disgusting looking specimens of the , who gave his name as Juares Scott, and who said that he was from Houston, but at present was quartered at Camp Lee, was arraigned on the charge of an indecent exposure of his person in the street, the extent of which should have entitled him to an indefinite term in the chain-gang and to be fed on the communed fare. This creative represented himself as a fair specimen of a free white Yankee, and said that he was captured and brought to this city. From Springfield, Illinois, for which place he should return in a short ti