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(Certificate for Felony Not Bailed.) City of Richmond, To Wit: To the Clerk of Hustings Court of said City: I, Joseph Mayo Mayor of the said City, do hereby certify that I have this day committed William, a slave of Benjamin W. Green to the jail of the said City, that he may be tried by the Hustings Court of the said City for a felony by him committed, in this, that on the 3thd day of November in the year 1864, at the City of Richmond, and within the jurisdiction of the Hustings Court of the said City, he did feloniously break and enter in the day time of that day the dwelling house of Elizabeth Wannicutt with intent to commit larceny therein and did then and there feloniously take steal, and carry away two shirts of the value of five dollars each, two bed spreads of the value of ten dollars each two pair pantaloons of the value of ten dollars each One Overcoat of the value of twenty dollars, one womens dress of the value of ten dollars, two shirts of the value of five dollars each, two tabl Coths of the value of two dollars each and one Pillow Case of the value of One dollars from the said dwelling house of the goods and chattles of Elizabeth Wannicutt

Given under my hand this 4th day of November in the year 1864 Jos. Mayor Mayor.