Margaret helps a servent in court 2-27-1859 TP

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Margaret helps a servent in court 2-27-1859 TP - MakCABBT. A we sat down ta oar teak ia Recorder...
MakCABBT. A we sat down ta oar teak ia Recorder Recorder 8 um men's Court yesterday, we saw tbe famil iar, portly form of Margaret entering the court - room ; yea, it was no mistake, it was ber, Margaret, the kind. ' good natnred dame who drives the milk cart of the ' Orphan' Asylum, and watche with motherly ears aver Sister Regis' little people, when they have occasion to pass through our street. Ws Jumped up full of anxiety, for Margaret looked sad ;what eould be her errand t She certainly waa not brought borate) answer a charge? Wo, at the bar stood a said die egad black woman with downcast looks, tbe tear of ahaaae and repentance rolling unheeded down ber sable cheeks ; she had got drank and had been taken, ap. Margaret approached tbe Recorder's seat, she ascended the steps and spoke to tha magistrate, the voices waa low, a mere whisper, bat that she waa camaetiy plead 1 ing for some request was visible. The black waaaaa was a servant of the Asylum ; the Recorder gave bee a abort lecture, it was her first offence, and he would let ber go this time. The woman went ont blabbering mrA Mirniwt. ttianfclnr th HMirriAr. bsstflv fn!twi ber, with a tear ot pity in her aye and words of kindness kindness on hex lips. , . . -

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 27 Feb 1859, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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