Officers and crew of captured American slaveship indicted in New York City

The captain and crew of the American vessel Emily, which had been brought to New York Harbor the day before under a U.S. Navy prize-crew, were indicted for engaging in the slave trade before U.S. Commissioner K. G. White.  Bail was granted at $3000 for the captain and officers and for the crewmen $1000. (By John Osborne)
Source Citation
"News of the Day," New York Times, November 14, 1859, p. 4. 
Type
Legal/Political
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