Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: may 10, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Richard Smith or search for Richard Smith in all documents.

Your search returned 6 results in 1 document section:

Up again. --Richard Smith, a free negro, who was lately arrested here after being expelled from Manchester as a dangerous and suspicious darkey, was up again bof an African saturnalia was canvassed, they had repaired to the domicil of Richard Smith for the purpose of questioning him. Though known to be present, he refused ldiers were gone niggers would have more privileges. Mr. Hancock said that Richard Smith had been in the penitentiary for helping Red Boot Smith run off negroes. Mr. Burfoot, to whom was confided the examination of Smith's papers, found correspondence addressed to him from Ohio, Indiana, New York and Pennsylvania, also, the Constitution of a sort of Free Mason's society, drawn up by Smith himself and sundry letters bitterly inveighing against the institution of slavery, and advising Jordaome to a free State. The correspondence embraced about one bushel of letters. Smith's store was thought to be a receptacle for stolen goods, as it was filled with