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The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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n, the street, was ordered to be whipped; Solomon, slave of Mrs. Martha Sledd, was ordered thirty-nine stripes for stealing a pot of butter, valued at forty-five dollars, from William L. Stanley, at the Second Market on yesterday morning. J. C. McGee was fined ten dollars for buying watermelons at the Second Market to sell again. --One hundred dollars' worth of melons, purchased by McGee, were conflicted. [McGee is a one-armed soldier, and according to the testimony of the surgeon in char William L. Stanley, at the Second Market on yesterday morning. J. C. McGee was fined ten dollars for buying watermelons at the Second Market to sell again. --One hundred dollars' worth of melons, purchased by McGee, were conflicted. [McGee is a one-armed soldier, and according to the testimony of the surgeon in charge of Winder Hospital, was empowered to purchase melons for re-sale to the soldiers there, in order to prevent them from poaching upon the melon fields in the neighborhood.]