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The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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nfederate States notes, stolen from George W. Bagby, she well knowing it was stolen, was discharged. The case against James, slave of William Lowman, charged with having a lot of clothing supposed to have been stolen, was continued. Thomas Starke was charged with drunkenness and assaulting and beating Sally Starke, his wife. The testimony failed to establish the guilt of the accused and he was thereupon discharged. A negro, named Ned, slave of Drewry Marrows, was committed to janotes, stolen from George W. Bagby, she well knowing it was stolen, was discharged. The case against James, slave of William Lowman, charged with having a lot of clothing supposed to have been stolen, was continued. Thomas Starke was charged with drunkenness and assaulting and beating Sally Starke, his wife. The testimony failed to establish the guilt of the accused and he was thereupon discharged. A negro, named Ned, slave of Drewry Marrows, was committed to jail as a runaway.