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The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1862., [Electronic resource], The dashing Sumter —— how she Duped the Iroquois. (search)
Robbery by a slave. --Henry, slave of Dr. Watt Tyler, was carried before the Mayor yesterday, charged with having stolen a trunk containing $25 worth of clothing and $200 in money from Persons Walker, a member of the Richmond Hussars, Cobb's Legion. The robbery was effected on Sunday night, and Walker and his companions having arrived at that time on the cars, gave their baggage to Henry, to deliver at the "Johnson House," which he did; but, while their backs were turned after getting there, he put the trunk back in his wagon, and drove off. By considerable exertion his den was traced out at an early hour yesterday morning. The trunk, when found, had been broken open, and a portion of the contents, including the pocket-book containing the $200. A companion of Henry testified that he saw him break open the trunk after bringing it home. Henry appeared in court with one of Mr. W.'s shirts on. Mr. W. stated that the loss of the money rendered him penniless. In order, if possible,
The members of the 47th Virginia Regiment, Col. Richardson, are commanded by him to return forthwith to their companies. Charles H. Causey, Lieutenant Cavalry C. S. A., is raising, by authority of the Secretary of War, an independent battalion of Light Infantry, to be used exclusively as skirmishers and scouts, and to be attached to no other corps save at the discretion of the Commander-in-Chief. Dr. W. W. Parker's company, having had assurances of a battery, will act as Light Artillerymen in the war. The guns will be ready in about thirty days. Persons claiming exemption from militia duty will not apply to the Adjutant General, but to the Board of Exemption of their respective regiments. Parties wanting Confederate States Army military buttons, can get them of the regulation pattern by application to Rowyer & Levasseur, at Allen's factory, rear of Mitchell & Tyler's store, in Tobacco Alley. See advertisement of "Southern Button Manufactory," in another column.
s, on Main street, was sold recently, at auction, by Goddin & Apperson, for $18,650 per tenement. Two vacant lots, lying on the upper and lower side of the above, was sold at the same time, for the respective sums of $250 and $200 per front foot. Mrs. Stanard has sold her house for $37,000 to Wm. H. Macfarland, who has sold his house to Tyler, of the firm of Mitchell & Tyler, for $22,000. Mrs. Stanard has bought the residence of Peachy R. Grattan for $17,000, and Mr. G. goes to the country. s, on Main street, was sold recently, at auction, by Goddin & Apperson, for $18,650 per tenement. Two vacant lots, lying on the upper and lower side of the above, was sold at the same time, for the respective sums of $250 and $200 per front foot. Mrs. Stanard has sold her house for $37,000 to Wm. H. Macfarland, who has sold his house to Tyler, of the firm of Mitchell & Tyler, for $22,000. Mrs. Stanard has bought the residence of Peachy R. Grattan for $17,000, and Mr. G. goes to the country.
Hustings Court, March. 11. --Present: Aldermen Sauxay, E. A. J. Clopton, James Bray, N. M. Lee, and N. C. Lipscombe. The City Sergeant was ordered to discharge from jail Thos. Ogle, committed by the Court, 13th January, for twelve months, for failing to give security to keep the peace. Harry, slave of Watt Tyler, was tried for stealing $200 in bank notes from Persons Walker, February 16th, and ordered thirty-nine lashes. Joseph Nicholas Baratta, minister of the Roman Catholic Church, was authorized to celebrate marriages and officiate as minister in accordance with the usage of that Christian society. Case against Perry Moses for letting his slave go at large, was dismissed. Rule against Jno. J. Walker, for the same cause. Rules were awarded against John Jaiser, Wm. A. Barnett, and Jim Webster, for failing to appear as witnesses against Cyrus, a slave, charged with felony. James Phillips, a soldier, was examined for making a lascivious attack on Mart