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r station house. Dandridge, the property of Robert Oliver, was arrested yesterday by officer Kelly, on the charge of stealing twelve salt fish valued at $8, the property of Michael Wall. A negro man belonging to Mrs. Angelina Lawson, was arrested by officer Moore, upon the charge of feloniously and burglariously breaking into the store of Mr. William A Wright, and stealing a large quantity of sugar, valued at $4,000. Officer Kennedy yesterday took into custody Jane, slave of Wm. Wyatt, charged with stealing one gold chain, one apron, and one pair of earrings, valued at $50, the property of Mary Wolff. Joseph Maria, a white man, was yesterday arrested by officers Perrin and Adams for committing a violent assault upon, and attempting to shoot, Perrin while in the discharge of his official duty. A white man named Philip Bolding, while in a state of inebriation and interfering with persons in the street, was arrested by officer Baptist and put in the lock-up.
sion a loaded rifle. Dandridge, the property of Robert Oliver, was ordered thirty lashes for stealing twelve salt fish from Michael Oliver. The examination of Noble, a negro boy, formerly employed at the American Hotel, arrested on the charge of stealing, some time since, from the store room of the American Hotel about $5,000 worth of sugar, was postponed on account of the absence of witnesses till to-morrow. Twenty Lashes were ordered by His Honor to be given Jane, slave of Wm. Wyatt, charged with stealing one gold chain, one apron, and one pair of earrings, valued at $50, the property of Miss Mary Wolff, on Saturday last. The Mayor discharged Philip Bolding, a white man, arrested on the charge of being drunk and interfering with persons on the street on Sunday last. Lucy Grogan, arrested on the charge of threatening personal violence to Mary Brodrick, (both of whom are white women,) under went an examination before His Honor, when witnesses were introduced w
The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], The execution of Cap. Leopold — his last letter to his Mother. (search)
Robbery. --The residence of Mrs. Joseph Dixon, living in the valley, was robbed yesterday morning of one gold ring, one pair of ear-rings, two underskirts, and a pair of gaiter shoes. The thief, taking advantage of the temporary absence of Mrs. D, entered her chamber, forced the bureau drawers, and made off with the property enumerated. Yesterday afternoon officers Adams and Bibb arrested a negro named James, slave of William Wyatt, whom Mrs. Dixon suspects.
on Monday morning and testified that when asked to explain how he came to steal the cows, the prisoner said they had been given him by Granville Mentelle, who promised to give him $300 if he succeeded in selling them. He was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. Horace Oven, charged with stealing $45 from Mary E. Trainum, was discharged on account of his extreme youth, and for the went of a house of correction in which to confined juvenile offenders. Judge Lone of Wm. Wyatt, charged with stealing articles of jewelry from Joseph was ordered to be whipped. Robert was a free negro boy, was also published all the stripes for throwing stones at persons streets, and being a general nuisance in the neighborhood in which he lives.--The Mayor also required security for his future good behavior. W. S. Corkery was charged with selling liquor by the drink, at his bar room in the Spotswood Hotel. Officer Moore, who made the complaint, saw a gentleman drink at the
in their late raid on the Danville railroad. Their owners can obtain them by applying to Captain. R. H. Fitz Hugh, C. S. Engineer, at the Staunton River Bridge, on that railroad. L. A. Dade, Lieutenant Engineers. List of Negroes Recaptured from the Yankee Raiders, and turned over to Captain R. H. Fitzhugh, at Staunton river Bridge: Name of Owner Name of Negro. Where From. Dr. And'w Field, Amos, Greenville co, Va Edward Wyatt, Davy, Greenville co, Va Wm. Wyatt, Cyru, Greenville co, Va, Miss. S. Atkins, Billy, Sussex co Va G. W. Payham, Arthur, Sussex co Va Dr. Henry Hunt, Adam, Sussex co Va Jacob Vanmeter, Jim Smith, Hardy co, Va Capt. B. Hudgins, Carter, Dinwiddie co, Va Patrick Lewis, Dick, Dinwiddie co, Va Robt. Sydnor, Alick, Dinwiddie co, Va Mrs. Pull Cox, Erasmus, Brunswick, Va Wilkins Spencer, John, Brunswick, Va Wm. Young, Jim, Rockbridge, Va Maj. Archibald, Simon, Hyd