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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Address of Southern Governors. (search)
Arrests yesterday. --The civil police accomplished the following arrests yesterday: Charles Harwell, for stealing a lot of border paper, worth $12, from J. W. Rommels; Emeline, slave of Henry Easley, for riding in a back without a pass, and Susan A. Walden, slave of Charles Green, from the Rappahannock, no pass and riding in a back. The two were balled, as was also J. Limpsky, arrested for getting drunk in the 1st Market and abusing Samuel Ellis, the Clerk; George Drow, colored, was caged for the larceny of Wm. H. Major's pocket-book, containing $63. The robbery was effected some weeks since; Darby, alias William, slave of Mrs. Elliner Robinson, was taken up as a supposed runaway from Maryland.