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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
r, L. B. Tatum, Joseph P. Thomas, William E. Turner, Robert W. Thompson, Erasmus J. Tyler, Joseph W. Thomas, General William R. Terry, George W. Tolby, William H. Tatum, C. B. Tennant, John Tyler, John N. Talby, John R. Tyree, John S. Talman. B. B. Van Buren, Lieutenant N. H. Van Zandt, A. Jeff. Vaughan, Shelly Vanhorn. Major David N. Walker, P. P. Winston, Lieutenant W. H. Weisiger, Lieutenant Peyton Wise, J. W. White, E. Waddy, H. M. Walthall, W. Minor Woodward, Levi Wassermann, Philip Whitlock, James R. Werth, Dr. Isaiah White, Major Thomas Whitehead, Isaac Wood, Captain John H. Ware, Captain Charles U. Williams, General D. A. Weisiger, David Wilson, A. S. Watkins, C. E. Wingo, R. G. Wilson, Montgomery West, P. A. Wellford, Lieutenant R. C. Wortham, Bolivar Ward, E. J. Weymouth. Thomas A. Young, John P. Yancey. Members of R. E. Lee Camp on detached service at Hampton, Va.: R. M. Booker, George Booker, John Booker, G. W. Caine, W. T. Dougherty, W. T. Gatewood, B. K. C
Dismissed. --A while man, named Philip Whitlock, lodged a complaint before the Mayor yesterday morning against Robert Lanier for an assault upon his person. The difficulty arose about smoking a cigar in the auctioneering department of Laniers, Tolleson & Catlett's establishment, on Pearl street. Whitlock refusing to extinguish his cheroot, after repeated requests from Mr. Lanier to do so, that gentleman proceeded to eject him by force from the auction room. Blows passed between them, ananiers, Tolleson & Catlett's establishment, on Pearl street. Whitlock refusing to extinguish his cheroot, after repeated requests from Mr. Lanier to do so, that gentleman proceeded to eject him by force from the auction room. Blows passed between them, and W. took out a warrant against Mr. Lanier, on the ground that he was afraid of further personal violence at his hands. Several witnesses were examined, and the Mayor, in view of the light testimony against the accused, dismissed the charge.
were about ten thousand dollars in coin, bank notes and jewelry; and Sandy, slave of John Brock, was charged with receiving the same. Mary acknowledges the theft and says that she gave the box and contents to Sandy, but Sandy denies knowing anything about it. The case was continued until the 16th instant. The charge against Ann James and Prisons Pleasants, free negroes, of feloniously having and receiving one horse, knowing it to have been stolen, was continued till Tuesday. Philip Whitlock, charged with buying watermelons in the market from E. T. Blackburn with the intention of re-selling them at an advanced price, was made to pay a fine of twenty dollars and suffer-the confiscation of the melons. Officer Culch Crone, who reported the case, was directed to dispose of the confiscated property and turn the proceeds over to the city auditor. W. C. Holman was required to pay a fine of ten dollars for permitting his slave, Billy, to go at large. Catherine, slave of
Mayor's court. --The docket was an unusually long one on Saturday, and the time occupied was over three hours. The following is a list of the cases: Thomas H. S. Boyd, formerly a captain in the Confederate service, was charged with forging the name J. W. Allison, of Lynchburg, to a receipt for one year's house rent, amounting to $1,300, and obtaining $975 from Philip Whitlock under false pretences. The absence of important witnesses induced the Mayor to postpone the matter till this morning. Mrs. Elizabeth Totty was charged with unlawfully harboring and concealing Emeline, a runaway slave of Edward Vickers. Emeline absented herself from home for upwards of two weeks, and when first heard of was found at the house of Mrs. Totty, where she had been regularly staying ever since she left her owner. Mrs. Totty readily surrendered Emeline's clothes to her mistress, and stated that the negro came to her house, as a free woman, in search of a place as washer and ironer. On
Maryland, obtained on Friday last, from Mr. Philip Whitlock, the proprietor of a clothing store on porting to have been due to C. C. Ellerson. Mr. Whitlock occupies a house belonging to J. W. Allison On the 7th of July a negro boy called upon Mr. Whitlock and presented him an account for three montwner of the property, called in person upon Mr. Whitlock for the quarter's rent, when the question wement through the hands of this negro boy. As Whitlock suspected, the account turned out to be a for but himself. On Thursday last, Boyd entered Whitlock's store and presented an account for four moned to it, which was immediately recognized by Whitlock as in the same handwriting as the one which hat eleven o'clock last Friday for his money. Whitlock professed not to have the whole amount on hanhed to leave the city that evening, whereupon Whitlock told him to receipt the bill and he would bornown to be the owner of the house occupied by Whitlock, it could not be considered that Boyd had bee
Hustings Court, yesterday. --A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of George Childress, charged with grand larceny, and he was discharged. The case against Jacob N. Heeflich, charged with the murder of a negro girl in his employ, on the 15th of September, was continued till the next term. Thomas H. S. Boyd, charged with obtaining $1,300 upon a forged order for house rent on Philip Whitlock, on the 16th day of September, was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. The court will meet again this morning at 11 o'clock.