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Slattery, were postponed until this morning. Darney McN ce and two other Irishmen, arrested several days ago for fighting in the street, were sent to their company. Daniel Walsh, accused of shooting at John Head, was discharged. Hastings Court.--Yesterday, Austin, Conley, inflicted for felony, who has been at large upon bail for sometime past, appeared for trial before this Court, and while the officers of the Court were busy about the selection of a jury he quietly left the Court room unobserved, and has not since been seen. Jas Brown, also indicted for felony, was tried and acquitted. The trial of Frederick Miller, indicted for felony, has been postponed until the next term. Attachments were issued against several witnesses for failing to appear when required, and the Court then adjourned until 10 o'clock this morning. The Governor has now under consideration seven recommendations to his mercy, made by juries during the present term of the Court.
joking. For the drunkenness a fine of $1 was imposed. A case against Isaac Jacobs, for unlawfully obtaining, by false pretences, $225 from Lewis Gitter, was dismissed. The Mayor said there might be grounds for a civil action, but no criminal charge could be maintained. Thomas McDonald, charged with feloniously stealing a horse from Joseph Davis, was acquitted, but committed for want of surety for his good behavior. Jos. Disney, Lawrence McDonald, Peter Disney, Pat Jacobs, Jas Brown, Jas. Travis, and Jas Shannon, for engaging in a general row and fighting in the house of Bridget Laughton, on 17th st. They were let off, and the police were directed to hunt up Pat Conley, who commenced the by coming into the house and striking one of the parties. Abraham, slave of John Knote, Penitentiary Storekeeper, was ordered thirty lashes for stealing a pair of boots, worth $2.50, from his master — valued, however, at $28. Fanny Wilson, living in the city with Isle of Wi
The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties in the late battle near Fredericksburg. (search)
s commanding. Killed: Private John W Crisfield. Wounded: John A Link. Co I--Capt James H O Bannon commanding — Wounded: Lt A S Allen, Lt J E Nunn, Sgt S Bonham, mortally; privates Wm Cleveland, Jullen Morvallis, John W Grubbs, T K Glover, Jas Brown, M T Myers, Geo W Joy, Shoddy Connor. Co K — Capt C H Stewart commanding. Killed; Cpl Willis Skinner, privates Samuel Cooty, Samuel Phillips Wounded: Lt E J Bartow, A A A Gen'l to Gen. Paxton; Sgt E R Harrell, privates Amus Coffelit,--Stiller, mortally; Jas H Bull. Fifty Virginia regiment Co A — Wounded: Sgt Oyder, Cpl J Daws, privates H Long C Poggo, J Falkner, F Parker. Co C — Killed: Lieut James A Bell, Sergt's L M Brown, Bailey J Jones, privates John H Su Ket, Richard Tisenbury. Wounded: Privates James J Ayres, David C Adams. N H Burket, T M Bell, Jacob W Fridley, Henry L Hamrick, James; W Huff, M R Hanger, Joshua Field, O M Lam cert, Andrew J Maley, Samuel H Propps, Martin L Shiplett William H Tutwiler.