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Schriver, Valentine : Commonwealth Cause, Richmond City

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Virginia, City of Richmond, to wit; In the Court of Hustings for the City of Richmond held by the Judge thereof The grand Jurors of the Commonwealth of Virginia, in and for the Corporation of the City of Richmond duly summoned to attend the Court of Hustings for the City of Richmond held by the Judge thereof upon their oath present, that Valentine Schriver, on the second day of July in the year eighteen hundred and sixty two, at the City of Richmond and within the jurisdiction of this court, did feloniously have and receive of Winston, a slave, one pistol of the value of fifty dollars of the goods and chattels of Thomas F. Bennett, before then feloniously stolen taken and carried away, he the said Valentine Schriver then and there knowing the same to have been stolen taken and carried away; against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Virginia

Witnesses - John J. Rae, and A. D. Quarles, sworn in Court Septr. 14th 1862 Ro. Howard, clk