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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], The "Rebellion" not to be Crushed by "Mere Weight." (search)
is breeches leg. He was discharged. Jim, slave of Wm. Hawkins, and John Claiborne, a free negro shoemaker, were charged with stealing a box of tobacco from Christian & Lee. Jim was whipped, and Claiborne discharged. Isaac Lomax alias Lomax Smith, was ordered to be whipped for having in his possession a lot of valuable shoemaker's tools, stolen from Mr. Wm. C. Page. This man, who is a shoemaker, when arrested gave his name as Lomax Smith, which led us into the error in yesterday's issLomax Smith, which led us into the error in yesterday's issue, that the respectable free negro barber of that name was the party arrested. James Gain and John Harper, two ruffianly individuals, arrested as vagrants, were sent to the enrolling officer. Matthew Eagan was charged with interfering with the commissioners of election for Madison Ward whilst in the discharge of their duty. The case was continued. George, slave of Thos. Y. Catlett, and Jno Roots, and John Freeman, free negroes, charged with having two pieces of bacon, stolen fr