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The Daily Dispatch: June 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], The peace movement in
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The Daily Dispatch: July 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], A touching incident. (search)
Mayor's Court, Monday,July 22. --George Webster, from Maryland, wandering about the streets — no place to stay --committed.--Edward, slave of H. B. Holmes, committed for going at large.-- Isaac Cooper, Henrico darkey, living in the city without a register — set to work.-- Ezekiel Ruffin, no papers — set to work.--Charles Freeman, no papers and drunk-- committed.--Sarah A. J se, white, associating with Billy, a slave --committed. William Guy, committed to 23d for shooting and wounding Wm. Myers.--Henry Bowen, assaulting Richard P. Mundin — acquitted.--Michael McCrony, acquitted of an alleged assault on Mrs. Mary Ann Sexton, on 20th street.--Benjamin Bolton, bailed to appear on the 26th for assaulting and beating Adam W
Police Court, July 26th --Senior Alderman Sanxay, presiding.--Benjamin Bolton was bound over to appear before the Grand Jury to answer a presentment for assaulting and beating Adam Weaver. Thomas Bradford was fined five dollars for keeping his bar-room open after 10 o'clock on the night of the 23d inst., Another case against the same individual was dismissed. Sarah A. Jones was put in jail for 60 days in default of security for lewd conduct. Billy, slave of Jacob Holliday, was ordered 30 lashes for being intimate with Jones. George Saulhouse, a suspicious person, was committed until the 23d. John Duff, charged with stealing two horses and a buggy from some unknown person in Winchester, was committed until the 31 st. Michael Sullivan, soldier, was sent on to be examined by the Hustings Court, for feloniously cutting and stabbing Francis J. Smith, on Broad street, on Thursday evening. The act was proved to have been done without cause or provocation on Mr
Mayor's Court, July 29. --Adam Weaver, provoking language to the family of Benj. Bolton, dismissed; Ann T. Hughes, ill-governed house, acquitted; Cornelius Cronin, assaulting Mrs. Mary Murphy and Goe. Drissoll, security in $150 required; Joseph, slave of Jefferson Powers, whipped for stealing clothes from Col. Dimmock's servant; George Salhouse, suspicious character, and E. Kerch-legal, incendiary language, continued until to-day; A. R. Abercrombie, drunk, let off; John J. Jackson, crazy soldier, sent to jail. The last-named poor fellow had been in the edge since last Friday.
The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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Presentments by the Grand Jury. --The Hustings Court Grand Jury presented the following persons for misdemeanors, viz: Mary Gladson, Washington Brown, John Brogan, Sebastian Knewbard, Patrick McNeal, Benjamin Bolton, Daniel Crawford, E. K. Lockwood, John A. Scott, Michael Kearney, Joseph Vernon, Thomas Smith and Mary Sullivan. The Grand Jury will meet again on Thursday. The Court, by virtue of an ordinance of the Convention of the State of Virginia, passed on the 1st day of July, 1861, order that all able-bodied free male negroes, between the ages of eighteen and fifty years, within the jurisdiction of this Court at the date of the said ordinance, be enrolled, and that said enrollment be deposited in the Clerk's Office of this Court, and that the Mayor of this city be requested to have this order executed. Lucius J. Quinlin, charged with receiving a let of leaf tobacco, (1,000 pounds, worth $100,) on the 4th of July, the property of Wm. H. Kennen and E. H. Chamberlayn
The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], Subscriptions to the
The Daily Dispatch: November 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Violent assault. (search)
Violent assault. --On Thursday night John Gentry made a violent assault upon Benjamin Bolton, at the Charleston House, near the Second market. The affair was yesterday brought to the attention of the Recorder, who considered it sufficiently aggravated to redemand the action of a higher court. He therefore held Gentry to bail in the sum of $200 to keep the peace and to appear before the Grand Jury in February next.
The Daily Dispatch: January 22, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Legislature. (search)