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reat Levee at United States Hotel, June 26, 1850 An order to unite Watch and Police Departments, Apr. 19, 1854 Watch Department superseded by new Police organization, May 26, 1854 Boxes, provided by the town, 1816 One stood near the Mill Bridge, 1821 Went out of use; houses provided, 1822 Captains, Nathaniel Brewer, appointed, Aug. 31, 1812 Caleb Hayward, appointed, July 7, 1819 James Morgan, appointed, Apr. 10, 1821 Flavel Case, appointed, Jan. 29, 1826 James Barry, appointed, May 1, 1840 William K. Jones, appointed, Dec. 29, 1853 Asa Morrill, appointed, Jan. 27, 1854 Chief of Police Taylor, appointed, May 26, 1854 Office abolished by the City Council, May 19, 1855 Constables, one at each watch-house, May 14, 1796 Three at each watch-house, May 25, 1854 Hooks, with a bill, provided for each watchman, 1701 Gave place to the Police Club, Apr. 23, 1855 Houses, the town fined for not having one, Oct., 1647 One built near th
ohn Francis Maguire, M. P., which appears in the London Times. Mr. Maguire adds to his own testimony that of official persons in various parts of Ireland, all going to show that many of the peasantry are reduced to the last stages of poverty. James Barry makes the following report to the Guardians of the Skibbereen Union: I visited Sherkin and Cape Clear on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. I found the utmost destitution and want of every kind, and no fuel, except the dropping of the cows.n and Cape Clear — Baltimore I did not visit — that there was a great number of persons who are now suffering really, I believe, from insufficient food, and who are quite eligible under the act for out door relief. I can fully corroborate what Mr. Barry says with regard to their determination not to enter the work-house — the islanders, at any rate. They stated that they would rather lie down and die than enter it. * * * The women and children looked as if they were approaching the gradual de<
ted for stealing a bushel of flour from the bakery at Camp Winder Hospital, confessed himself guilty, as appeared from the testimony of watchman Franklin, who arrested him, and was ordered a threading. Thadeus A. Waston, charged with drunk cas and disorderly conduct at Steinline's, Broad street, Wednesday night, gave ball for his appearance on Thursday, in the moles above referred to Peter Lawson, jr., was cut on the arm with a knife, but not by Watson, as he testified. John and James Barry, two brothers, sent on to Court to be tried for Henry Ross, on the 13th of last February, on Ryrd, between 10th and 11th streets, were arraigned for murder. Boss having died from the effects of his wounds. They were sent on to a Court, Oct. 27th, and committed to jail. C. S. Diaries Court.--Mrs. James D. Judge--October 27 1862.--The case of A. B. of Alabama, a member of the Washington Artillery, charged with stealing from the Richmond came up for trial at 11 o'clock A. M.
The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], The English press on the emancipation proclamation. (search)
Special session. --A special session of the Hustings Court will convene to-day at 11 o'clock, at the City Hall, for the purpose of examining John and James Barry, the lads who are charged with causing the death of Henry Ross, by stabbing him, on Byrd street, last February; also, William S. Conley, for stabbing Mary J. McMinn, on 2d street, about two weeks since, and Thomas Dobson and Michael Burns, for stealing Julius H. Gantt's horse.
as formerly a soldier. Starkey came from Fredericksburg, Va. They were committed for examination before the Hustings Court, on the charge of robbery. A number of negroes arrested for petty offences, were disposed of in the usual way, and the Court adjourned. Hustings Court.--Judge Lyons's Court has been in session during the week, but the business transacted by it has not been of such a nature as to interest the public. Yesterday the Court took up the case of the boys John and James Barry, charged with feloniously stabbing Henry Ross, on the 13th of last February, on Byrd street, Mr. Cannon, counsel for the defendants, submitted a motion for their discharge, on the ground of informality in the proceedings heretofore had against them. They had formerly been indicted for the murder of Ross, he having died several months after being stabbed, but on their arraignment to be tried for murder the Judge quashed the indictment, and remanded them to the Mayor, by whom and the Alder
The Recent Garreting case in the City jail. --Ellas Vanderlip, Patriak Cunningham, George Hoppell, John Kelly, Julius Desplanque, Wm. Hannan, Thomas Tyror, James Barry, John A. Whitman, and John Barry were carried to the Hustings Court room yesterday, at 11 o'clock, and arraigned before a called Court, composed of Recorder Caskle, Senior Alderman Sanxay, and Alderman Bray, Lipscombe, Timberlake, Gwathmey, and Baveridge, to undergo an examination for committing a felony in the city jail on the 23d of December. The Mayor's warrant charged that the parties above named being on the 23d of December prisoners, lawfully confined in said jail, they did feloniously make an assault on one Isaac Jacobs, there confined, and by putting him in bodily fear did steal from his person five hundred and sixty-seven dollars in Confederate States Treasury notes, a sliver watch, worth fifty dollars; one gold chain of the value of one hundred dollars; one finger ring of the value of five dollars, and t
Escape of Conscripts from the Yankee army. --The following persons, claiming to be deserters from the Yankee army, arrived in this city yesterday, and were quartered in Castle Thunder for future disposition: John Hausley, Thomas Bradshaw, John Donnelly, John B. Missner, John Sauvalt, John Myers, William Ford, William Davis, James Turnay, James Barry, Wm. Sihpley, Charles Brown, Peter Walsh, and John Barnes.--The four last are from Baltimore. Through the politeness of Adjutant Kerrigan, we were permitted to converse with some of them, and, judging from their appearance and demeanor, are of the impression that they are honest in their professions of attachment to the South. They were drafted in October last in Philadelphia, and placed in the 7th Pennsylvania regiment. After a brief experience in drilling, the regiment was ordered to Fernandina, Fla., where they only remained seven days before conceiving the plan of escape.--Having perfected their arrangements, an inclement nigh
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Recorder Caskie officiating.--William O'Brien, charted with drunkenness and indecent conduct in the street, was sent to the Provost-Marshal to be forwarded to his command; Richard Richards, charged with stealing one oil cloth from John C. McCutchan, was remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court in November; James Barry, for assaulting and beating Catherine Sullivan, was committed in default of security to keep the peace; Mary Miller was required to give security for good behavior, on the charge of using abusive and threatening language towards Carrie Bentley; Henry Robinson, a free negro, charged with aiding and abetting Eme line, the property of Edwards, to escape from her owner, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court; a charge was preferred against Emanuel Raymond of stealing three hogs, the property of the Officer's Hospital, but there being no evidence to sustain the accusation, he was discharged [In none of t