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The Daily Dispatch: February 10, 1864., [Electronic resource], The debt of
The Daily Dispatch: August 10, 1864., [Electronic resource], Scenes at a flag of truce. (search)
Indictments by the Grand jury. --The following true bills of indictment against parties whose names are annexed were rendered by the grand jury of the Husting Court yesterday: Maria Wade, for receiving stolen goods, knowing them to have been stolen; Barney Tracey, for committing a violent and brutal assault upon Louis Antonetta; John Henderson, John Straylor, Alfred Myer, Robert James R. Shumaker, charged with larceny; Antonio Amenhiser, receiving goods, knowing them to have been stolen; James F. McGhee, Robert Calivan and William Kothe, for selling ardent spirits to be drank in their houses without obtaining ordinary licenses.
The Daily Dispatch: August 11, 1864., [Electronic resource], Burning of
Alexandria, Louisiana. (search)
Mayor's Court. --The following embraces a list of the cases before the Mayor yesterday: Delsey, slave of John Cary, was charged with having one dress, a bonnet and a lot of fringe, supposed to be stolen, and going at large. The evidence failed to convict him of the offence, and he was thereupon discharged; but Mr. Cary, his owner, was required to pay a fine for permitting him to go at large. William Kothe, charged with the murder of Allen, a slave, hired by him, and whose case was partially heard on Monday last, was again brought up before his Honor yesterday. Upon hearing the testimony of Dr. Albert Snead, who attended the deceased, the accused was discharged. Dr. Snead stated that the condition of the negro for the past four months was that of a man in the last stages of consumption, and that when he heard of his death it excited no surprise on his part. The bruises which had been alluded to as visible about his head and face were such as he supposed might be pro