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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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er Jas. K. Caskie presided at this Court and disposed of the following cases: Andrew Stubbs, free, was brought up on the charge of stealing four dollars, and not having his register with him. He was acquitted of the theft, but committed for not having his free papers with him.--Nathan, slave of Mr. John Lipscomb, charged with stealing a pair of ear-rings and a breastpin, worth $150, from Miss Virginia Powers, was examined and sent before the Hustings Court for final trial — Catherine and Pedro Vincenci, charged with an assault on Catharine Gist, were required to give security to appear this morning, and answer the allegation.--Andrew, slave of J. Davis, was ordered ten lashes for going about the streets without a pass.--Case of James and Francis, slaves, accused of stealing a watch chain and key from James H. Smith, was continued until this morning.--Lombardo Palo was fined $5 for huckstering in the 2d market.--Edmund, slave of J. D. Quarles, was ordered 39 lashes for having in his pos