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rkmyer. This was the second hearing of this case, and it appeared from the Mayor's manner that he had no disposition to prolong it.--Therefore, after giving the complainant a lecture upon morals, and telling her to seek redress before another tribunal if she felt aggrieved, discharged Finney from custody. Albert Cousins, free negrom, from Cumberland county, charged with having a roll of cloth in his possession, supposed to have been stolen. Watchman Pearce caught him in the street on Thursday night, and not satisfied with his account of himself, took him to the cage. Mr. Myers came into Court yesterday and claimed the cloth, which he said was stolen from him the night previous. Ordered thirty-nine. Dan. Murphy and James Berry, charged with stealing bacon from the Confederate States of America, were remanded to be indicted for petty larceny. Moses Fleisher was fined $2 for "permitting water to escape from one of the city hydrants on his lot, on the 9th of January."
The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The late Hen. John C. Legrand, Chief Justics of the State of Maryland. (search)
Death of Col. Lubbock. Nashville, Jan. 9. --Col. Lubbock, of the Texas Rangers, died here this morning. He was on yesterday elected Colonel, and previously had been Lieutenant-Colonel. His remains left this evening en route for Texas. [Col. L. succeeded in the command formerly held by Col. Terry, who was killed in a recent skirmish at Green river.]