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offence, five years in addition put on him April 21st, 1858. He was born in Spotsylvania; is 33 years old; 5 feet, 5¼ inches high; black color; hair and eyes black; a scar on nose. Fanny Peters, colored, received June 7th, 1859, from Rockingham county, under sentence for 7 years 4 months 2 days, for felonious burning; was born in Rockingham county, is 4 feet 11¼ inches high, 19 years old, ginger- bread color, black eyes and hair. Two small scars on the right arm below the elbow; one scaRockingham county, is 4 feet 11¼ inches high, 19 years old, ginger- bread color, black eyes and hair. Two small scars on the right arm below the elbow; one scar on left arm above elbow; a small dark mole on upper part of breast; a scar on left ankle; and a small scar on top of right foot. Morris, a transport, received March 27th, 1858, from Lynchburg; yellow complexion; black hair and eyes; 5 feet, 3½ inches high; 20 years old; sentenced to be hung by court of Lynchburg, for burning a tobacco factory, and sentence commuted to sale and transportation by Gov. Wise. Harry, transport, was received 7th December 1858, by Court of Halifax county,