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Nelson Watson (search for this): article 4
Sent on. --A mulatto boy, named Rufus, said to be the slave of Mr. Charles Snead, was arraigned before His Honor yesterday on the charge of stealing a silver watch from another negro, named Nelson Watson. The case was examined into and the accused sent on to the November term of the Hustings Court for further hearing.
Sent on. --A mulatto boy, named Rufus, said to be the slave of Mr. Charles Snead, was arraigned before His Honor yesterday on the charge of stealing a silver watch from another negro, named Nelson Watson. The case was examined into and the accused sent on to the November term of the Hustings Court for further hearing.
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Sent on. --A mulatto boy, named Rufus, said to be the slave of Mr. Charles Snead, was arraigned before His Honor yesterday on the charge of stealing a silver watch from another negro, named Nelson Watson. The case was examined into and the accused sent on to the November term of the Hustings Court for further hearing.
Sent on. --A mulatto boy, named Rufus, said to be the slave of Mr. Charles Snead, was arraigned before His Honor yesterday on the charge of stealing a silver watch from another negro, named Nelson Watson. The case was examined into and the accused sent on to the November term of the Hustings Court for further hearing.