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 - Jnan was fined $10. James Andrews was brought...
Jnan was fined $10. James Andrews was brought np for refu sing to redeem bis shinpla.ters. His plea was tbat ibe notes were counterfeit, although he admitted that he had employed a young mm to feign them, and could not prove that he had not .eiitned those in qnestion. Under these cirenmstaucee Jadee Bell required him to go forthwith into the business of redemption. fTliere are several other shinplaster issuers wbo have thus far evaded the redemption of their paper under a plea similar to that made by Andrews. It would oe ior me advantage of public morals if they too were made to nav no.l bam h riedland was up for keeping a savage

Clipped from The Times-Picayune27 Jun 1862, FriPage 2

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)27 Jun 1862, FriPage 2
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