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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1864., [Electronic resource], Vice President Stephens's views upon peace movements. (search)
Hustings Court of Magistrates. --The regular monthly term of the Magistrates' Court commenced yesterday, when the following business was transacted: Thirty nine lashes apiece were ordered to be inflicted upon Ralph, slave of William Turner, and Willis, slave of Richard James, charged with stealing $3,000 in gold from Joseph Brummel; Dick, slave of Francis H. Smith, and Cyrus, slave of William Scott, charged with stealing five hundred pounds of bacon from William H. Chastain; and Mary, slave of W. Pollard, charged with stealing one gold watch, the property of Powhatan Roberts. John Francis, charged with robbing Philip Lyberger of three hundred and eighty dollars in Confederate money, one silver watch, and a large lot of valuable clothing, was remanded for further examination before Judge Lyons. James Dawson, charged with stealing four ten dollar notes from Robert H. Walton, was acquitted. Patrick Martin, charged with stealing one mule belonging to the Confed