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The Daily Dispatch: March 24, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Arrests. --A slave named Jack, was punished yesterday for helping himself, without authority, to a lot of beef, owned by J. Brauer, butcher, in the 1st Market.--Jno. Tyler, slave of F. W. Lewis, was detained in custody for breaking open John B. Rate's trunk, and stealing $50 worth of clothing. He will have a hearing before the Mayor this morning.
C. S. District Court. --Judge Halyburton's court will sit to-morrow when the grand jury will assemble to take cognizance of the cases of Elam, Tyler, and Pridgeon, charged, with the robbery and circulation of Government Treasury notes.
Resolved, further, That the same committee inquire and report upon the policy of inducing further subscriptions of cotton and tobacco to the produce loan by agreeing to pay an equitable price for cotton and tobacco thus subscribed, in the following manner, to wit: one-fourth of the amount in treasury notes, and the balance in bonds payable as a foresaid. On motion, the Senate then went into secret legislative session. After remaining in secret session for some time, the doors were opened. Mr. Brown, of Miss., introduced a bill to amend the act to provide for the organization of the navy. A resolution from the House directing that the amount of pay and mileage due to the Hon. Jon. Tyler, dec'd, should be paid to Mis. Julia Tyler, his legal representative, was concurred in. Several bills, and a resolution communicated from the House of Representatives, were referred to the appropriate committee. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, of La., the Senate adjourned.