interfering with the policeman in the official discharge of his duty, the Mayor decided to inflict no other punishment than to turn them over to the Provost-Marshal, to be forwarded to their regiment.
The charge against Jeremiah Donohoe, of turning Timothy Lane out of his house and nailing up the door, was, after an examination of witnesses, dismissed.
George Hirsh and Levi Bendick, charged with buying bacon in the First Market to sell again, contrary to a city ordinance, was fined $20 by the Mayor.
Slight fines were imposed upon Archer Wilkinson, Joseph Anderson, and Martha Bates, for offences committed by their sons in throwing stones in the streets.
Isaac Freman, a negro charged with taking down a grate, which he claimed as his property, from a house belonging to Daniel Hunt, was ordered to be whipped.
Levi Hendick was held to security to keep the peace for twelve months, on complaint of Martin Broach, charging Bendick with committing an assault upon him.