From the Richmond Dispatch, 6/15/1863, p. 2, c. 2
Hustings Court. – This Court disposed of a large amount of business on Saturday last. The examination of R. S. Forde, charged with the murder of R. E. Dixon, was concluded. The accused was sent on to answer to a higher tribunal, and refused bail.
Richard N. Bins, a lad, charged with stealing a horse from L. A. Adams, was examined, sent on for trial, and admitted to bail.
Benjamin, a slave, charged with stealing a trunk of clothing from John Muntz, was tried and acquitted.
Richard L. Bohannon, a half-witted fellow, charged with entering Maj. R. B. Brown’s room, at the American Hotel, and stealing a gold watch, was examined and sent on for final trial.