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The Daily Dispatch: July 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Northern Congress.--the Pan-Handle traitors Assume to represent Virginia! (search)
o keep the peace, on charges mostly arising from drunkenness. In this class was embraced Ann Rose, John Holt, John W. Read, Julius T. Mitchell, Joseph Dunnavant, and Jerry Maher. Henry Hone, charged with stealing $46 from James Wilkinson; case continued till the 10th. John J. Daniel, suspicious; continued to same day. John H. Park was committed for behaving disorderly and assaulting negroes in the street. Robert, slave of G. W. Gilliam, was whipped for stealing twelve boxes of blacking. John Crosby was committed as a spy.--Thomas Walker, tried for assaulting Miles Talley, was acquitted. Mary Ann Sexton, charged with assaulting Mary Roper and Ellen O'Toole, gave William Shanks as surety, and was let off. Mary, slave of Alexander Rowlett, was tried and acquitted of stoning the house of Maria L. Ewen. Joseph Richards, free, was ordered twenty lashes for stealing $17 in bank notes from James T. Everett. Henry and Hyman Stern were acquitted of the charge of assaulting Eudora Cohen.