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The Daily Dispatch: February 21, 1861., [Electronic resource],
House of delegates. (search)
Recorder's Court. --The following cases were disposed of yesterday at the City Hall, by Recorder Caskie: Robert Clendining, acquitted of beating his wife, at her request; Henry, slave of Ro. Hatcher, no pass and asleep under a shed — certificate as a runaway granted; Wm. Henry, slave of Spencer Waring, ordered 39 lashes for stealing a lot of wearing apparel from Wm. H. Baily; Tim Foster, slave of Mary Raine, ordered 25 lashes for trespassing on Dr. Hundley's premises, and Fleming Tucker, arrested for an assault on Robert Franklin's son, discharged — the complainant not putting in an appearanc
The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1861., [Electronic resource],
French interests in South America. (search)
Stealing a watch. --William, slave of Spencer Waring, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday for going on board a canal-boat and attaching himself to a silver watch worth $10, belonging to James, a slave. The offence being pretty plainly made out, the accused was rewarded in the usual manner.