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The Daily Dispatch: October 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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isiana regiment, and said he came to Richmond for the benefit of his health. The Mayor dismissed him, with orders to leave the city forthwith.--William Jones, charged with throwing rocks and breaking windows, failed to appear when called; whereupon his recognizance was declared forfeited, and the case continued.--Dennis Nealagan, one of the guards of Confederate property, was committed to jail for getting drunk, and lying down to repose on the sidewalk with a loaded musket by his side.--Margaret Baker, a free colored woman, from Chesterfield, was ordered ten lashes for remaining in the city contrary to law.--John L. Ward, a soldier, arrested for assaulting a comrade in the Virginia Hospital, was dismissed with an admonition.--James Lynch, charged with assaulting Julia Cronin last Saturday night, appeared before the Mayor yesterday, and, after an unsuccessful effort to prove a practical application of Lynch law, was set at liberty. There was some testimony about scandalous language, a