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The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The African slave trade in the British Parliament. (search)
he Leathers part of the concern were then put in jail to be sent back to Orange county, but were afterwards released through solicitations and against the better judgment of his Honor, on promising to move out of the city and take their spearing proclivities and poverty with them. They left their then residence, and going across the street opposite where they lived squatted, without leave or license, in an unoccupied house owned by a neighbor. Here they would no doubt have remained unmolested, but an attack of the old complaint on the part of ancient Leathers and the majority of his interesting family, led to the entering of a new charge against the party, and they were again arrested on Saturday to the amount of James T. Lucy, Eliza, Emily and Geo. Leathers, and Sarah McKinney, and brought before the Mayor. The Mayor expressed his determination to send them back home, and they were put in jail in order to allow him time to convert them into suckers of the Orange they had dropped.