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The Daily Dispatch: January 30, 1865., [Electronic resource], "rich man's War — poor man's fight." (search)
The following is the list, viz: Allen, W. C.1 Ball, Dandridge1 Cosby, J. W.1 Carrington, Colonel1 Cohn, Jacob1 Christian, Ann1 Duval, Samuel S.1 Duval, Miles1 Dickinson, B. F.1 Ellett, A. L.1 Edmunds, Robert1 friend, John E.1 Francis, James G.1 Ford, A. J.1 Garnett, William F. G.1 Green, B. W. & Sons2 Haxall, Boling1 Heckler, V.1 Hughes, John C.1 Higginbotham, E. J.1 Johnston, Thomas1 Kerr, Mrs & Robert Maxwell1 Knight, William C.2 Lersner5 Leake, T. C.2 Lawson, Peter1 Maynard, J. C.4 Omohundro's, S. Estate1 Poe, John1 Payne, Robert1 Randolph, William B.2 Shields, John C1 Schutte, Richard1 Sheppard, Lavinia1 Stearns, Frank1 Taliaferro, William C.1 Taylor, M. S.1 Tinsley, Reeves1 Winston, James1 Werth, John J., agent5 Weatham Iron Works13 hospitals. Louisiana Hospital1 Camp Lee1 Camp Winder Hospital11 Camp Jackson Hospital8 Howard Grove Hospital4 Chimborazo Hospital10 Stuart Hospital1 A copy — Teste: William Fol
The Daily Dispatch: January 30, 1865., [Electronic resource], Religious duties of masters to slaves. (search)
l in the employ of Mrs. McCarthy, was ordered to be whipped. A fine of fifty dollars was imposed upon H. Bruggomat for permitting his servant, Mary, to go at large. Samuel Schuyler was fined twenty dollars upon a similar charge. Peter Lawson was summoned to show cause why he should not be fined for selling light weight at his stall in the Second Market. On Saturday morning, a gentleman, named Smith, asked for a pound and a half of meat at this stall, for which he paid nine dollarcalled attention to the matter, whereupon another small piece was thrown into his basket. On going to a grocery store soon afterwards, Mr. Smith put the meat, including the extra piece, on a pair of scales, and found that all together lacked two ounces of being a pound and a half. Lawson denied all knowledge of the transaction himself — the meat was sold by James Webster, an employee at his stall. The Mayor continued the case till this morning, in order to procure the attendance of Webster.