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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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cted for an assault, a nolle prosequi was entered and the defendants were discharged on payment of costs. E. N. Dabney, for permitting a slave to go at large, was fined $10 and costs. Henry Cooper and George Rigley, charged with stealing a gold watch and a revolver from Frank B. Garnett, (an officer in the army,) at the Exchange Hotel, on the 30th of October, were examined and remanded for final trial. George, a slave, the property of Thomas C. Birch, charged with cutting and wounding a negro woman named Phoebe, slave of Dr. Beverly R. Wellford, was convicted of the offence, and sentenced to receive 39 lashes yesterday, and 30 more on Thursday next — well laid on. Joseph, a slave, the property of Jefferson Powers, was sentenced to 39 lashes for stealing from another negro named Joe, slave of John Moran, twelve shirts, valued at $25. Julia Kugan, charged with stealing a lot of clothing, valued at $25, from Johanna Sexton, was examined and remanded for final trial.
y, indicted for grand larceny, was concluded before Judge Lyons on Saturday. The testimony was by no means sufficient to fix the guilt upon Rigley, who seems to have borne a good character in the State of Mississippi. The jury therefore rendered a verdict of "not guilty," and the prisoner was discharged. Daniel Ratcliffe, counsel. Auguste Zahn, an unfortunate European, indicted for stabbing Augustus Miller, was tried and convicted, the jury ascertaining the term of his imprisonment in the penitentiary at five years. The wound inflicted upon Miller was not fatal, and it is quite probable that Zahn's senses were beclouded by drink when be committed the deed. R. D. Ward, counsel for the prisoner. Julia Kugan, who stole a lot of old clothes from Johanna Sexton, was indicted for felony; but the jury on Saturday determined that the value of the stolen property was less than $20, and she was convicted of misdemeanor only. Sentenced to six months imprisonment in the city jail.