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Fredericksburg, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-Hou
J. S. B. Tinsley (search for this): article 5
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-Hou
Thomas Bradford (search for this): article 5
yor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-
Alexander Rennold (search for this): article 5
or's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-
John Bagby (search for this): article 5
yor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-
William C. Gay (search for this): article 5
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-Hou
David W. Hughes (search for this): article 5
or's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-
Frederick Conrad (search for this): article 5
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-Hou
Thomas Isaac (search for this): article 5
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-Ho
James Bagby (search for this): article 5
or's Court. --Yesterday the following cases were heard: Theresa, slave of J. S. B. Tinsley, threatening to assault the wife and child of Thos. Isaac — case continued.-- Chas. Annee, arrested for being in an unlawful assembly — discharged.-- Nancy A. Mann, found in his company, being from Fredericksburg, and minus papers, was detained until to-day. Frederick Conrad, "no papers and gamboling," (as per record,) ordered twenty lashes.--Wm. C. Gay, old toper, found drunk in the 1st Market, sent to jail — David W. Hughes, and Richmond Hughes — the first for having fifteen counterfeit ten cent pieces in his possession, and the last for being in an unlawful assembly, gave bail to appear to-day.--The case of Robert, slave of Thos. Bradford, for keeping a bar-room for negroes for his master, will be heard to-day.--James Bagby, John Bagby, and Alex. Rennold, were required to give security to keep the peace, having broken that useful article by a game of fisticuffs in the 1st Market-
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