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The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], From Georgia — the battle of Kennesaw Mountain. (search)
bombazine dresses, and whose case has been put off half a dozen times, was yesterday disposed of by referring the matter to the Hustings Court. It will be recollected that these negroes, in company with another who has succeeded in eluding arrest, were caught by Mrs. Harris while in her house in the act of stealing, and that in their flight they left behind three pairs of shoes, one hat, a market, a sabra, a crowbar, and a step ladder. A charge was preferred against Patrick Boyls, Patrick Macarthy, Daniel Eagan, white, and Robert, a slave, of stealing $126 worth of wood from Richard Relue. The wood alleged to have been stolen was some bought by Mr R from B R Duval, out and corded in his woods in Chesterfield, about four miles from Manchester, for which he paid from $3.50 to $4.25 per cord. This Mr. R subsequently cold to the Manchester Paper Mill Company, and on Friday last, when Mr Harvey, one of the arm, was passing along the road upon which the woods in which his corded wood