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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 5. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier) 28 0 Browse Search
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o have the wood hauled away and sold for the benefit of the city treasury, if no owner could be found for it. A white man, named Andrew J. Sheppard, was made to pay a fine of $1 as a punishment for indulging too freely in "read-eye" whiskey, and trespassing upon the premises of J. Dooley. A soldier, named Thomas Boister, arraigned for drunkenness and interfering with persons in the street, was sent to the Provost Marshal under an escort of one of the Mayer's police. A does of twenty lashes was ordered to be bestowed upon the hare back of Albert, slave of Haxall. "Co., caught with a bushel and a half of wheat which he had stolen from the mill of his owners. A similar punishment was inflicted upon a negro man named Champion, belonging to the same parties, for the same offence. Dick Wilson, claiming to be a free negro from Petersburg, but without proper papers, was committed to jail till proper evidence could be obtained establishing the truth of his asseverations.