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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1860., [Electronic resource], A pension certificate returned. (search)
Religious and Charitable bequests. --Augustus White, formerly a resident of South Hadley, Mass., lately deceased, left a property valued at $50,000, situated mostly in New York and Michigan. He made the following bequests to benevolent purposes; American Board of Foreign Missions, $2,500; American Home Missionary Society, $2,500; American Bible Society, $1,500; American Education Society, $1,500; American Sunday School Union, $500; American Society, $1,000; Orphan Asylum Society, Utica, $800. Total, $10,000.
The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], The appearance of the
Yankee Army in Front of Fredericksburg — shells Thrown into the town — supposed destination of the threatening force. (search)
Arrests. --The civil police yesterday arrested Michael Martin for getting drunk and trespassing on J. W. Satterwhite, and resisting the officers; Robert, slave of Chas L. Hobson, as a runaway; Augustus White, for feloniously cheating and defrauding, and thereby obtaining, $28 from William Silvey; Robert Cochran, for being drunk and disorderly and threatening to shoot persons in the street. After night was arrested William, slave of J. D. Quarles, as a runaway; Steward Tingle, for getting drunk and acting disorderly in the Columbian Hotel; Jeremiah Sullivan, drunk and disorderly in the street; Michael Rourke, a member of the 1st Texas Regiment, and a resident at Camp Winder Hospital, for stealing ten eggs from Robert Munday, a countryman, at the First Market-House.
The Daily Dispatch: November 24, 1862., [Electronic resource], Proceedings in the
The Daily Dispatch: December 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Reward's Threat. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1864., [Electronic resource], The battle of
Stoneside Mountain — gallant conduct of the Virginians and North Carolinians. (search)
Judges Lyons's Court. --During Monday this Court was engaged with the case of Isaac Jacobs, indicted for obtaining money under false pretences from Nathan Bunstein, by selling him three forged passports for $1.500. At 9 o'clock Monday night the jury, after having had the case for about an hour, found the prisoner guilty, and ascertained the term of his imprisonment in the penitentiary at two years. Yesterday morning Augustus White was tried for stealing $28 from Wm. Sylva in the month of February, 1863, and the jury having heard the evidence acquitted the accused. The rest of the day was devoted to the trial of civil cases.