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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Arrival of Abolitionists. --Seven Abolition prisoners of war arrived by the 11 o'clock train yesterday from Staunton, and seventy-one more arrived last night from Gordonsville. The latter were captured in Loudoun county on Tuesday, by Major White's battalion. A number of them had bogus Philadelphia imitations of the Confederate Treasury notes on their persons.
otested that they were only engaged in a friendly wrestle, and did not intend to trespass on the rights of the keeper of the Hotel. Nothing appearing to gainsay this, they were discharged. Nathaniel, slave of Wm. Wellington, was sent on for trial before the Hustings Court, for stealing a silver watch worth $30, $15 in C. S. notes, one pair of pantaloons, and three vests, the property of Wm. Tyree. John W. McDowell, arrested by Officer Crone, for stealing a horse worth $200 from Blias White, on Wednesday evening, was examined, and it appearing that the crime, if any, was committed in Fluvanna county, McDowell was committed to be sent thither for examination. Beverly Hog, and sundry other free negroes arrested for not having their free papers with them, were admonished and let off, with an intimation that if they did not apply to the Hustings Court at the next term they would not fare so well. Wm. Flemments, charged with the murder of Mike Heran, being arraigned and