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Mayor's Court, Saturday. --Joshua, slave of Dan'l. Truehart, ordered fifteeen lashes for striking Jas. Brooks with a stone, in the street. William, slave of Jno. Freeland, ordered twenty-five lashes for fighting in the street and attempting to resist D. J. Saunders, who stopped the proceeding.--Albert Wallace, charged with drunkenness, was acquitted. --Wm. White, drunk and asleep in the First Market, admonished and discharged.
The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1865., [Electronic resource],
's horse Mr. Lyons
Mr. Lyons's horses. --A negro named Albert Wallace, hailing from Drewry's Bluff, was brought over from Petersburg on Saturday, charged with having been implicated in the theft of Mr. James Lyons's horses, in this city, and locked up for safe keeping. The Petersburg papers say that the jail in that city is a very insecure place, and the authorities seem to think that the prisons of Richmond are safer.