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A. B. Woolfolk (search for this): article 5
Mayor's Court. --On Saturday last, the following cases were disposed of by the Mayor: Henry Smith, charged with burglariously entering the dwelling house of Turpin & Yarbrough and stealing there from one carpet-bag and clothing, valued at five hundred dollars, the property of A. B. Woolfolk, was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court. Melissa Palmateur, a young white girl, well known to the police of the city, was up for a hearing on the charge of stealing four hundred and fifty dollars from Bickerton W. Saunders. On Friday last, while Mr. Saunders was standing in front of A. P. Brown's commission store, on Cary street, he was approached by Melissa, who asked for alms. He gave her five dollars, and then put his note-book, containing eleven hundred dollars, back into his side coat pocket. The accused hung around for some time, while Mr. Saunders was engaged in conversation with a negro boatman. She then went away, and in a few minutes afterwards Mr. Saun
Bickerton W. Saunders (search for this): article 5
own to the police of the city, was up for a hearing on the charge of stealing four hundred and fifty dollars from Bickerton W. Saunders. On Friday last, while Mr. Saunders was standing in front of A. P. Brown's commission store, on Cary street, he Mr. Saunders was standing in front of A. P. Brown's commission store, on Cary street, he was approached by Melissa, who asked for alms. He gave her five dollars, and then put his note-book, containing eleven hundred dollars, back into his side coat pocket. The accused hung around for some time, while Mr. Saunders was engaged in conversMr. Saunders was engaged in conversation with a negro boatman. She then went away, and in a few minutes afterwards Mr. Saunders observed a one hundred dollars bill hanging out of his pocket, which aroused his suspicions, and upon examination, he found that he had lost four hundred anMr. Saunders observed a one hundred dollars bill hanging out of his pocket, which aroused his suspicions, and upon examination, he found that he had lost four hundred and fifty dollars. Suspecting the accused, he sought the assistance of the city police, who went in pursuit of, and soon after arrested her. She at first denied the charge, but subsequently confessed her guilt and gave up three hundred and fifty dollar
Allis Rix (search for this): article 5
ion, he found that he had lost four hundred and fifty dollars. Suspecting the accused, he sought the assistance of the city police, who went in pursuit of, and soon after arrested her. She at first denied the charge, but subsequently confessed her guilt and gave up three hundred and fifty dollars, which, she said, was all she had taken. The Mayor remanded her for examination before the Hustings Court. Robert Ashley, charged with steeling a brass mouth-piece of an engine, belonging to Allis Rix, was ordered to be whipped. Justine O'Brien was charged with assaulting and beating a little girl, the daughter of Catherine Burns. Upon investigation, it turned out that the difficulty was the result of one of those family fends in which both parties were equally at fault, and the Mayor, therefore, dismissed the matter. Two negroes; named George, slave of F. Fore, charged with having a watch in his possession which was stolen from Simon, slave of David McDaniel, and John Morse
Justine O'Brien (search for this): article 5
d fifty dollars. Suspecting the accused, he sought the assistance of the city police, who went in pursuit of, and soon after arrested her. She at first denied the charge, but subsequently confessed her guilt and gave up three hundred and fifty dollars, which, she said, was all she had taken. The Mayor remanded her for examination before the Hustings Court. Robert Ashley, charged with steeling a brass mouth-piece of an engine, belonging to Allis Rix, was ordered to be whipped. Justine O'Brien was charged with assaulting and beating a little girl, the daughter of Catherine Burns. Upon investigation, it turned out that the difficulty was the result of one of those family fends in which both parties were equally at fault, and the Mayor, therefore, dismissed the matter. Two negroes; named George, slave of F. Fore, charged with having a watch in his possession which was stolen from Simon, slave of David McDaniel, and John Morse, charged with stealing a pair of shoes from N
t first denied the charge, but subsequently confessed her guilt and gave up three hundred and fifty dollars, which, she said, was all she had taken. The Mayor remanded her for examination before the Hustings Court. Robert Ashley, charged with steeling a brass mouth-piece of an engine, belonging to Allis Rix, was ordered to be whipped. Justine O'Brien was charged with assaulting and beating a little girl, the daughter of Catherine Burns. Upon investigation, it turned out that the difficulty was the result of one of those family fends in which both parties were equally at fault, and the Mayor, therefore, dismissed the matter. Two negroes; named George, slave of F. Fore, charged with having a watch in his possession which was stolen from Simon, slave of David McDaniel, and John Morse, charged with stealing a pair of shoes from Newton, a slave, were ordered to be whipped. After disposing of one or two other cases of a trivial character, the Mayor vacated his seat.
Flag of truce. --A Federal flag of truce boat arrived at Varina on Saturday last, having on board thirty-two Confederate officers, who have since reached this city. Yesterday morning one thousand and twelve Yankee prisoners, confined for some time at the Libby, were sent North, to exchange for a like number of Confederates. Among the lot were nine officers, selected as hostages, but who have since been released, in accordance with a similar treatment on the part of the Federal Government towards some of our own officers who were formerly under sentence.
Varina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
Flag of truce. --A Federal flag of truce boat arrived at Varina on Saturday last, having on board thirty-two Confederate officers, who have since reached this city. Yesterday morning one thousand and twelve Yankee prisoners, confined for some time at the Libby, were sent North, to exchange for a like number of Confederates. Among the lot were nine officers, selected as hostages, but who have since been released, in accordance with a similar treatment on the part of the Federal Government towards some of our own officers who were formerly under sentence.
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