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The Daily Dispatch: April 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], "Shall speculators be longer Tolerated?" (search)
urity to be of good behavior. It appeared that Pat had arrived from the South a short time since with supplies for a Georgia regiment in the field, and that he was so well pleased with the result of his mission that he had been on a continual drunk since his return to Richmond. The case of Isabella, slave of S. A. Timley, was called, but no witness answering, it was continued for another hearing. This defendant, it appeared, had been committed on Wednesday night, on the order of Alderman Regnault, "for trespassing on the premises of Mrs. E. Magill, and trying to induce Mrs. P. Redford to leave the house to see some man." The warrant did not name the individual. Sam Pleasants, a free negro, arrested for going without his register was discharged on promise to go before the Hustings Court and procure the necessary documents. John D Holloway and John Key, two soldiers, charged with disorderly conduct at the Theatre, were let off on promise not to repeat the offence.