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The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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Police arrests. --The civil police made the following arrests yesterday: Mason, a slave of Madison Macon, charged with stealing a trunk and clothing from the room of Captain T. M. Semmes. John McDonald, charged with misconduct and resisting the police in discharge of their duty. Wat, slave of John Taylor, charged with stealing a goose. In this case Justice Chandler ordered the accused thirty-nine lashes and set him free. The other parties were held for examination before the Mayor this morning.
Police arrests. --The civil police made the following arrests yesterday: Mason, a slave of Madison Macon, charged with stealing a trunk and clothing from the room of Captain T. M. Semmes. John McDonald, charged with misconduct and resisting the police in discharge of their duty. Wat, slave of John Taylor, charged with stealing a goose. In this case Justice Chandler ordered the accused thirty-nine lashes and set him free. The other parties were held for examination before the Mayor this morning.
loyees of the Government was reported back from the Judiciary Committee with amendments. The bill and amendments were ordered to be printed. On motion, by Mr. Semmes, Senate bill to facilitate the settlement of the claims of deceased soldiers and officers, by the creation of the office of Fourth Auditor, was recommitted to t reported back bill to secure more effectually the preservation and distribution of the effects of deceased soldiers.--Ordered to be printed. On motion, by Mr. Semmes, the Senate resolved into secret session. [Note.--In the Confederate Senate, on the 12th--Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, presented the credentials of the Hon. Gs determined in the affirmative — year , 15; nays, 4 --as follows: Yeas--Messrs. Baker, Barnwell, Burnett, Caperton, Dortch, Garland, Haynes, Hunter, Oldham, Semmes, Sparrow, Watson and Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. V
n open by the parties who committed the robbery. In the house of a negro woman, slave of Richard Taliaferro, a portion of the meat was afterwards found. The evidence against the accused was of the strongest character; but, owing to the absence of other parties supposed to be involved in the transaction, the further prosecution of the matter was postponed till to-day. Nathan, slave of Madison Macon, charged with stealing a trunk containing a quantity of clothing, the property of Captain T. M. Semmes, was ordered to be whipped. A charge against James Smith, of assaulting and beating his wife, was dismissed, it having been shown that the disturbance was caused by Mrs. Smith, who was somewhat under the influence of liquor. The continued case of Frank Morris, alias Frank Herman, charged with the murder and robbery of Michael Rouke, was called up; but, from the same cause, which heretofore necessitated its postponement, the prisoner was recommitted to prison for his appearan