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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1860., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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te of Goochland county, was arraigned before the Mayor to answer the charge of attempting to entice Nora, slave to De Grasse Drumwright, to escape from her master, Drumwright, it will be remembered, was arrested on charge of conspiring with two negroDrumwright, it will be remembered, was arrested on charge of conspiring with two negroes to murder their master, but as negro evidence could not be taken, he was given until to-day to dispose of his Goochland property, when he will be escorted to the West by a strong guard, and ordered never to return again. Barbier was in the employ of Drumwright, and when arrested by the citizens of Goochland, was put on board a packet boat, and sent off. After reaching here, he wrote a very affectionate letter to the negress, Nora, inviting her to join him here, and declaring that his heart was nearly broken on her account. This letter was opened and read in Goochland, and then it was that both Barbier and Drumwright were followed to this city and taken into custody. The Mayor, after learning all the circumstances, held Barbier to secu