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The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], The opinion of the Northern press on Lincoln's proclamation. (search)
or examination. The case was continued, at the suggestion of the Mayor, on account of the absence of witnesses. W. W. Bingham charged with stealing Lizzie, slave of Sarah man of Macon, Ga., was arraigned for examination. It was in evidence that Bingham hired the girl in Georgia to wait on his child, with a knowledge on the part of her mistress that he was coming to Richmond. After his arrival here he had occasion to thrash Lizzie for some imaginary or real grievance, and the latter telegraphed to her mistress that Bingham was trying to sell her. Hence Bingham's arrest and hence his discharge, which ensued to-day. The negro, who was still in his possession, he directed to be delivered to officer Seal. Michael Burns, chargedBingham's arrest and hence his discharge, which ensued to-day. The negro, who was still in his possession, he directed to be delivered to officer Seal. Michael Burns, charged with aiding Thomas Dobson in stealing Julius A. Gantt's horse, was sent on to be examined before a called Court, to be holden on the 27th October. The prisoner is also claimed by the military authorities as a deserter. Cora Morris, charged w