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The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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A saucy negro, named Bradley, slave of P. Rahm, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, for abusing and threatening Mrs. Elizabeth Ames. It appeared that he imagined he had a claim on her servant Nancy, to the extent of administering a flagellation. The lady very properly objected, and ordered him off.--Both mules and negroes are obstinate. Bradley proved no exception to the rule. Pretending to go, on sight of the colored female he re-appeared, and, as Mrs. Ames said, "looked terrible." An attack from him was prevented by the opportune arrival of Mr. James F. Russell. As a cure-all in the premises, the Mayor ordered the application of one of th by the opportune arrival of Mr. James F. Russell. As a cure-all in the premises, the Mayor ordered the application of one of those institutions so dreaded by Lincoln's Lieut. General--"a fire in the rear" to the extent of 39.--On hearing the verdict Mrs. Ames expressed the hope that Bradley would be kept away from her premises.