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The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Bostonian's view of affairs in Charleston. (search)
Mayor's Court. --The following small cases were disposed of by the Mayor yesterday:--Henry Myers (stranger,) drunk and lying on the sidewalk, admonished and discharged. Dick, slave to James Martin, having butter supposed to be stolen, whipped. Ned Day, drunk and lying in the street, whipped. Jim Butler, free, no papers, and from the Penitentiary, committed and put to work. William Avery, white, threatening to assault B. Tracy, required to give security. Sol. Green, no papers, discharged. Peter Doyle, insensibly drunk, for the ninth time, committed. A number of negroes, found playing cards in Metropolitan Hall lot on Sunday, were also punished for trying to elucidate the mysteries of "high, low, Jack and the game. "--John Scott, found sleeping in a vacant lot, was admonished and let off. Wm. T. Ring was fined $5 for assaulting and beating a slave owned by Dunlop, Moncure & Co. Marshall, slave of B. Jones, was whipped for harboring Susan, the property of J. W. Clarke. The c