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The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: February 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], Re-enlistment of volunteers.--no Coorcien. (search)
they were expected to take cognizance of. Among other fit subjects of presentments he mentioned extortioners. The following is a list of the Grand Jury sworn in at this term. Geo. W. Smith, (Foreman,) Wm. H. Haxall, Wm. Palmer, John D. Quarles, C. H. Powell, Samuel P. Mitchell, Mark Downey, James T. Butler, Geo. D. Shell, Theod'k Robertson, Wm. Beers, L. W. Glazebrook, Wm. S. Donnan, G. F. Watson, Alex. H. Rutherfoord, Fleming Griffin, Alfred T. Harris, Samuel C. Greenhow, and Geo. Whitfield. The following parties were presented by the Grand Jury for misdemeanors, viz: Andrew Muller, Frank H. L. Allen, Richard Copeland, Carlos W. Ellis, Jesse White, Henry Holman, John Gentry, Wm. Henry Selden, Edward Kelley, Martin Maddux, Thos. J. Goodrich, James F. Magee, Algernon Adams, James H. Keyser, Wm. Appleyard, Stephen Page, Arthur Fergusson, Wm. Barnes, John Denzler, and Wm. Wayne. The Grand Jury, after making the above presentments, adjourned until 12 o'clock on Wednesday.
re ordered to be sent to the First Auditor. Luke McKenna, charged with committing a felony by signing B. W. Totty's name, on the 21st of November, to a certain contract, to the effect that said McKenna agreed to make a certain number of grain sacks for the use of the army — say, from ten to 50,000--said Totty's name being forged as endorser for the faithful execution of the trust, was led to the bar, and the Court having heard the evidence sent him before Judge Lyons for final trial. The Grand Jury assembled and made presentmetns against the following persons for misdemeanor, viz: John Frost, Michael Mahoney, Granville Montelle, James F. Magee, Michael Sullivan, (two cases.) The indictment against Michael Murphy was returned not a true bill, whereupon he was discharged. Algernon Adams was tried by a jury for misdemeanor, and plead not guilty. The jury found him guilty, and the Court ordered him to be imprisoned for six months, and to pay the costs of prosecution.