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The Daily Dispatch: July 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], From Georgia — the battle of Kennesaw Mountain. (search)
d 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 tn from his wood pile, in Duval's forest, about twelve hundred dollars worth. The accused parties acknowledged that they had been hauling from this place for some days. At this juncture the Mayor decided that the offence had been committed in Chesterfield, and therefore referred the matter to one of the magistrates for that county. Jerry Dunnavant and Lee Whitehurst, charged with stealing one breastpin from Lieut. Col. James Nelligan, were called up. On account of the inability of the Mayo