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The Daily Dispatch: August 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ass; Miranda Buck, a graduate mer location; Jim, slave of Jno. Barter, stealing a watch from Harrison, slave of Thomas, was ordered twenty-five lashes; S Randolph, free, found in the city with Goe lnd papers, was committed; Jim Weth, fou here with a Fredericksburg certificate of freedom, was released on proving himself in Government employ; Joe, slave of Jefferson Porters, was ordered to be punished for trespassing on Thos. G. Peachy — Joe hid himself under Mr. Peachy's steps; case of Phila Shaffer, for beating Jacob Rich, was continue until to-day; John A. Faris acknowledge himself guilty of an assault on Zarah Barham, and was held to bail in the sum of $15 $500 security to appear before an examining Court, to be held on the 2d of November next and answer for making a malicious assault and battery on Alex. Harwood; Ann Winker who keeps a grocery in Solitude, on Capt street, was fined $16 for selling liquor without a license and $5 for permitting an unlawful assembly of slaves; cas