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rior to his attempt on Welsiger's store, had been pointed out to the realize as person of suspicious character, without visible means of support. The Recorder committed the accused for an examination before a called Court, to be held on the 5th day of May. Davy, slave of C. J. Clarke, was ordered five lashes for smoking a cigar on Main street. The case of James Tierney, for stealing part of a barrel of meat from Mary Broderick, was called and continued till the 4th of May. John harged with resisting the Catherine Palmer, colored, was ordered thirty-nine stripes for stealing a $15 breastpin from Ed. A. Hill. The examination of Albert, slave of Mauries Hobson for stabbing Alex Burley, was continued until the 5th of May, the witness not being able to appear. Jerry Jones, fires negro, who had struck officer Griffin when the latter arrested him, was awarded thirty-nine stripes. The case of Frances Huegtan, charged with receiving a gold bracelet and fru
The Daily Dispatch: April 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Programmme against Vicksburg — how Grant was sent back. (search)
strict No. 4--Wm H Campbell John Ellett. District No. 5--Geo W Doswell, Walter C Shelton. District No. 6--Dr Thompson, Col E Fontaine. Resolutions, offered by Col Fontaine, were adopted, condemning the spirit of extortion now so prevalent; favoring the support of the army in the field by all possible mean; appealing to the people to call the Government such amounts of corn wheat, oats, flour, bacon, beef, hay, fodder, shucks, or straw, as they can spare, no matter how small the quantity; providing for memorandums of all supplies promised; arranging for their delivery at suitable points; favoring the reporting of all parties who refuse to contribute; agreeing to meet May 5th to fix the price of articles furnished; empowering the committee to collect money for supplies furnished and pay the same over to parties entitled. One of the resolutions expresses the opinion that a larger supply of bacon could be obtained by an equitable exchange for sugar or molasses than in any other way.