h, knowing them to have been stolen, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes, well laid on. [The quilts were stolen from a Confederate hospital.] Tom, slave of J. Phillips, was ordered ten lashes for trespassing upon the premises of Felix Mathews; a boy named Thomas, slave of Robert Mitchell, charged with throwing stones in, the street, was ordered to be whipped; Solomon, slave of Mrs. Martha Sledd, was ordered thirty-nine stripes for stealing a pot of butter, valued at forty-five dollars, from William L. Stanley, at the Second Market on yesterday morning.
J. C. McGee was fined ten dollars for buying watermelons at the Second Market to sell again. --One hundred dollars' worth of melons, purchased by McGee, were conflicted.
[McGee is a one-armed soldier, and according to the testimony of the surgeon in charge of Winder Hospital, was empowered to purchase melons for re-sale to the soldiers there, in order to prevent them from poaching upon the melon fields in the neighborhood.]