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William A. Lambert (search for this): article 9
ure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this city, contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth. To this decision an appeal was taken to the Court of Hustings, which appeal was heard yesterday, and the decision of the Mayor reversed. Martha was fined $100 and ordered to leave the State in ten days from date. Frederick Gausier, charged with larceny, was bailed to appear at the October term of this Court. The trial of Wm. A. Lambert, for assault and battery, was postponed until the October term. Wm. Steele, indicted for exhibiting the game of faro in this city, was tried yesterday. The verdict of the jury was that he should be fined $100, pay the costs of prosecution, and serve out an imprisonment of six months in the city jail, with an additional imprisonment of six months in case of failure to pay said fine and costs of prosecution. In another case against William Steele, for exhibiting faro, a nolle pr
Martha Hobson (search for this): article 9
censes to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the October term. Martha Hobson, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this city, contrary to thHobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this city, contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth. To this decision an appeal was taken to the Court of Hustings, which appeal was heard yesterday, and the decision of the Mayor reversed. Martha was fined $100 and ordered to leave the State in ten days from date. Frederick Gausier, charged with larceny, was bailed to appear at the October term of this Court. The trial of Wm. A. Lambert, for assault and battery, was postponed until the October term. Wm. Steele, indicted for exhibiting the game of faro
Mary C. Lew (search for this): article 9
Hustings Court. --The Court met pursuant to adjournment, and was presided over by Recorder Caskie, assisted by a fail bench of Aldermen. A fine of $10 and payment of costs was imposed upon Mary C. Van Lew for permitting her slave Margaret to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. The application of Aun Slighton, a free negro woman, emancipated since the year 1805, for permission to remain in this State, and reside in this city, was this day heard and rejected. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Wm. H. Fry for permitting a nuisance on his premises The applications of B. Lennace and Chas. Everett, for licenses to keep ordinaries in this city, were heard and rejected. Thomas Hugerton and C. Bales were granted licenses to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the Octobe
B. Lennace (search for this): article 9
bench of Aldermen. A fine of $10 and payment of costs was imposed upon Mary C. Van Lew for permitting her slave Margaret to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. The application of Aun Slighton, a free negro woman, emancipated since the year 1805, for permission to remain in this State, and reside in this city, was this day heard and rejected. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Wm. H. Fry for permitting a nuisance on his premises The applications of B. Lennace and Chas. Everett, for licenses to keep ordinaries in this city, were heard and rejected. Thomas Hugerton and C. Bales were granted licenses to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the October term. Martha Hobson, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 l
Thomas Hugerton (search for this): article 9
r slave Margaret to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. The application of Aun Slighton, a free negro woman, emancipated since the year 1805, for permission to remain in this State, and reside in this city, was this day heard and rejected. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Wm. H. Fry for permitting a nuisance on his premises The applications of B. Lennace and Chas. Everett, for licenses to keep ordinaries in this city, were heard and rejected. Thomas Hugerton and C. Bales were granted licenses to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the October term. Martha Hobson, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then re
to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. The application of Aun Slighton, a free negro woman, emancipated since the year 1805, for permission to remain in this State, and reside in this city, was this day heard and rejected. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Wm. H. Fry for permitting a nuisance on his premises The applications of B. Lennace and Chas. Everett, for licenses to keep ordinaries in this city, were heard and rejected. Thomas Hugerton and C. Bales were granted licenses to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the October term. Martha Hobson, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this c
Frederick Gausier (search for this): article 9
, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this city, contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth. To this decision an appeal was taken to the Court of Hustings, which appeal was heard yesterday, and the decision of the Mayor reversed. Martha was fined $100 and ordered to leave the State in ten days from date. Frederick Gausier, charged with larceny, was bailed to appear at the October term of this Court. The trial of Wm. A. Lambert, for assault and battery, was postponed until the October term. Wm. Steele, indicted for exhibiting the game of faro in this city, was tried yesterday. The verdict of the jury was that he should be fined $100, pay the costs of prosecution, and serve out an imprisonment of six months in the city jail, with an additional imprisonment of six months in case of failure to pa
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
were heard and rejected. Thomas Hugerton and C. Bales were granted licenses to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the October term. Martha Hobson, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this city, contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth. To this decision an appeal was taken to the Court of Hustings, which appeal was heard yesterday, and the decision of the Mayor reversed. Martha was fined $100 and ordered to leave the State in ten days from date. Frederick Gausier, charged with larceny, was bailed to appear at the October term of this Court. The trial of Wm. A. Lambert, for assault and battery, was postponed until th
roper persons. By Mr. Hall: Of inquiring what legislation is necessary to prevent lands from being forfeited for non-payment of taxes which have been, or may be in the hands of the enemy. By Mr. Woodley: Of prohibiting citizens or residents of the State from crossing the lines of the enemy with a view of returning to their homes. By Mr. Hendrick: Of taxing notes, bonds and other securities for which the holders refuse to receive Confederate notes as so much gold at the market value.--By Mr. Lynch: Of reporting a bill requiring magistrates and constables to report to the nearest military post all deserters and absentees from the army. By Mr. Woolfolk: As to the authority of the Superintendent of salt to make regulations for the distribution of salt, giving preference to counties furnishing hands. By Mr. Melvin: Of releasing from the payment of all arrears counties overrun by the public enemy, and that said counties continue to be exempt so long as they are thus overrun. By Mr. Bu
; and of filling their places with disabled soldiers. They were laid on the table. The following resolutions of inquiry were offered: By Mr. Tomlin: Of repealing the 55th section, 87th chapter of the Code, in relation to the production of tobacco, so as fully to protect the interests of the Commonwealth. By Mr. Dyerle. Of altering, limiting and amending the license laws of the Commonwealth, so as to prevent county and corporation Courts from issuing licenses to improper persons. By Mr. Hall: Of inquiring what legislation is necessary to prevent lands from being forfeited for non-payment of taxes which have been, or may be in the hands of the enemy. By Mr. Woodley: Of prohibiting citizens or residents of the State from crossing the lines of the enemy with a view of returning to their homes. By Mr. Hendrick: Of taxing notes, bonds and other securities for which the holders refuse to receive Confederate notes as so much gold at the market value.--By Mr. Lynch: Of reporting a bi
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