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Col. Robert White, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 2.2, West Virginia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Chapter
The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1860., [Electronic resource], Duel in
Dismissed. --The case of Thomas Bradford, arrested for committing an indecent assault upon Wm. Amy, was dismissed yesterday at the solicitation of the complainant, who had become more amiably disposed, Amy, however, having assured the Mayor that he had been drinking too much at the time of the occurrence, was fined 81 under the law to restrain in temperance.
Committed. --Samuel McRicker, for trespassing on Thomas Bradford and assaulting Wm. B. Spence with a rock, was committed by the Mayor, yesterday, for examination this morning. In the above instance, McRicker had a brick in his hat.
The Daily Dispatch: March 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Gave security. (search)
Gave security. --Thomas Bradford gave security in $100 yesterday, before the Mayor, for assaulting Samuel McRicker. The latter, who was at first arrested for trespassing on the premises of Bradford, and assaulting Wm. B. Spence with a stone, was required to find a surety in a like amount for his good demeanor in future. Gave security. --Thomas Bradford gave security in $100 yesterday, before the Mayor, for assaulting Samuel McRicker. The latter, who was at first arrested for trespassing on the premises of Bradford, and assaulting Wm. B. Spence with a stone, was required to find a surety in a like amount for his good demeanor in future.
Arrests. --Since Saturday the police have arrested the following parties; Joseph and John Bagby, white, for fighting in the First Market. Bailed to appear at Court.--Gabriel, slave of Samuel Hardgrove, arrested for stealing meat from C. Leber, was ordered ten lashes — Ro. Cross, slave of Thos. Bradford, arrested for keeping a bar-room where slaves assembled, was balled for an appearance by Alderman Sadler.--Bill Cooper, free negro, and Reuben, slave of R. A. Mayo, were ordered punishment for fighting in the street.--Lieut Carter arrested John, slave of Robt. B. Mills, and a certificate was granted him for the arrest of a runaway.--Ishmael Roberts, Bill Byrd, and Bill Newton, free negroes, and a half dozen slaves, owned by various persons, were caged for being in an unlawful assembly in the kitchen of David W. Hughes.--The darkeys were punished, and David W. and Richard Hughes were held to ball for their appearance before the Mayor to-day — the latter for having fifteen counterfe
The Daily Dispatch: April 9, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: July 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Crack
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Fince. --A number of dealers in liquor were summoned before the Mayor yesterday, and fined, for selling spirits on last Sunday, in violation of the ordinance requiring all such houses to be closed. The following parties were fined the amounts annexed to their names, viz; John Abern, $10; L. Drumheller, $10; F. Kolbie, $10; F. Bumgardner, $10; Christian Shafer, $15, (two cases;) J. N. Brizzalari, $10; Henry Carr, $10. Cases against Thos. Bradford, Jno. Naker, B. Cortez & Co., and M. May were continued. James Murphy was fined $10 for creating a nuisance.
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
The Daily Dispatch: September 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], Northern War debts and taxes. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: September 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Camp life in
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Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Thomas Bradford was in court to assert his property in several bales of bay, eight barrels of flour, two tierces of rice, three barrels of vinegar, several cords of wood, several bags of salt, oats, &c., which lay on the floor of the court-room. It appears that Bradford had purchased the aforesaid articles from persons authorized to sell them, it being the custom of our army, as it is of all others we ever read of, to allow the officers to sell their rations, Bradford had purchased the aforesaid articles from persons authorized to sell them, it being the custom of our army, as it is of all others we ever read of, to allow the officers to sell their rations, if they choose to do so. The articles had been taken under authority of a search-warrant. Mary Miller, charged with assaulting and beating Elizabeth Hirsch, gave bail in $100 for her future good behavior. John Tiernay was fined $15 for keeping his house, where ardent spirits are usually sold, open on Sunday last. Henry Miller was fined $10 for a like offence. Two cases against Mary Mull--one for selling ardent spirits without a license, and the other for keeping her house ope