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The Daily Dispatch: April 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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d protestations, induced him to pursue the course reported. Sundry negroes were punished for roaming about the streets without passes. The Provost Marshal's guard have commenced the practice of taking up negroes minus passes, and awarding such punishment as they may deserve. Frances Devine, a female of white color, was arraigned for stealing a lot of wearing apparel from Catherine Connors. The case, in the absence of witnesses, was continued until to-day. Duroc, slave of Edward Turpin, of Goochland, arrested for being a runaway and having no pass, was dispatched to his master in the country. Job Greer, a South Carolina darkey, arrested for disporting himself in this region without a pass, was let off on promise of going where he belonged. Frederick Brauer was fined $5 for permitting water to escape from his lot and become a nuisance on that of a neighbor. Woodson, slave to William J. Duggins, taken up for going at large, having a lot of sugar in his pos