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The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Arrests, yesterday. --James Shock, charged with swindling Thomas McDonald out of the sum of five dollars--how, or by what means, we know not; and Edward Shields, on the charge of being a deserter from the 5th company of the Second Florida Regiment.
ollars, and handed a bank note of that denomination to Shook, who passed it over his shoulder to a third party, and then called for his watch. He and McDonald both called on the police for assistance — the one to get his money, and the other to get his watch. The court ordered the watch to be delivered to McDonald, whose five dollar note was certainly missing, and required Shook to give surety in $200 for his good behavior for twelve months, which was equivalent to committing him to jail. Edward Shields, charged with being a deserter from the Second Florida Regiment, was turned over to his sergeant, who was advised to place him in charge of General Winder. Austin, a slave of Mary B. Moncure, charged with stealing a silver watch from John Hicks, another slave. "Do you take the watch," said His Honor to John; "and you take fifteen lashes," said he to Austin. Julia Ann Harrington, charged with assaulting and beating Mary O'Neal. Security of the peace in $150 required.