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The Daily Dispatch: June 27, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Throwing Stones. --Alexander Harris and Henry Taylor, sons of Mars, who stoned the house of Joe Anderson, because they imagined they had been debarred from the enjoyment of some privilege therein, were arrested by the police Tuesday night, and yesterday brought before the Mayor for violating the peace. The fact was pretty plainly established, and his Honor expressed his intention of committing them in default of surety for their good behavior; but was induced to reconsider his decision onarred from the enjoyment of some privilege therein, were arrested by the police Tuesday night, and yesterday brought before the Mayor for violating the peace. The fact was pretty plainly established, and his Honor expressed his intention of committing them in default of surety for their good behavior; but was induced to reconsider his decision on their promise of amendment. They appeared to be gratified at their escape from durance vile. Joe Anderson, the object of their wrath, is a darkey.
r Falls Church, and saw clouds of dust in the distance, as if large bodies of men were in motion. All has been quiet here to-day — no alarms in any direction. Palmer A. German, one of the wounded of the Vienna repuise, is very low, and is not expected to recover. He is still lying in camp, it being regarded as dangerous to remove him to the hospital. Ohio troops for Western Virginia, etc. Cincinnati, June 22. --The Third and Fourth Ohio Regiments, Colonels Morrow and Anderson, fully armed and equipped, left Camp Dennison yesterday afternoon for Virginia. General McClellan and staff were at Parkersburg yesterday, en route for Grafton. The First and Second Regiments of Kentucky Volunteers marched into this city to-day, and were presented with colors by the ladies of Cincinnati and Newport. They made a fine appearance and were enthusiastically received. Captain Howe's battery left for Virginia this afternoon. Troops for Fortress Monroe. Bosto