[CERTIFICATE FOR FELONY NOT BAILED.] CITY OF RICHMOND, To Wit: To the Clerk of the Hustings Court of said City: I, James K. Cackie Recorder of the said City, do hereby certify that I have this day committed Ben, a slave [illegible] property of John H. [Gentry?] 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 15th day of July in the year 1863, at the City of Richmond, and within the jurisdiction of the Hustings Court of the said City, he did feloniously take steal and carry away two trunks of the value of five dollars, one gold bracelet of the value of fifty dollars, three gold [illegible] [illegible] of the value of ten dollars each, two pair of ear rings of the value of ten dollars, one breast pin of the of the value of five dollars, one gold watch chain of the value of one hundred dollars, one gold [crop?] of the value of ten dollars, one silk [illegible] of the value of one hundred dollars, [x] one large pin cushion of the value of twenty dollars of the goods and chattels of Edward Lunsford Given under my hand this fifth day of September in the year 1864.