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Proceeding of the Courts. Mayor's Court Thursday, Dec. 11. --Michael Kehoe and Robert Stewart were required to answer the charge of breaking open a trunk belonging to the wife of John Doherty, and stealing $141.80.--The proof was not direct or positive, but was sufficiently strong to warrant the Mayor in committing the parties for a further examination before the next Hustings Court. Daniel Leonard and Thomas Seymour were arraigned for assaulting Mary R Riley. It appeared by the testimony that a misunderstanding had occurred between Mike Ryan and Mrs. Riley, in which she had used some harder arguments than more words. While this was progressing Leonard and Seymour entered, and her superior power of talking soon made it apparent that it was their bounden duty to help demolish Ryan, which they immediately proceeded to undertake, and with so much success that he was compelled to appeal to the police to arbitrate the master. The Mayor required the assailants to give secur
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Fredericksburg — the battle commenced — Repulse of the enemy — probable Continuation of the engagement. (search)
President Davis in Knoxville. Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 11. --President Davis made a speech here this morning. He thinks the toryism of East Tennessee exaggerated. He will stay a day here on his return from the West. He is in fine health and spirits. The C. S. Court has found true bills against five persons for counterfeiting Confederate notes in the mountains.
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Convention of North Carolina manufacturers. (search)
Movements of British vessels. Charleston, S. C., Dec. 11. --The British war steamer Ariadne (26 guns) touched off Charleston bar to-day, and communicated with the British Consul. The British steamer Petrol has called for Fortress Monroe, carrying as passenger the British Consul at Savannah. There are thirteen blockaders off Charleston to-day.