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The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Miscellaneous cases. --A warrant charging John L. Ray with assaulting William Harris was dismissed by the Mayor yesterday, the witnesses having failed to appear. Mary Carroll, summoned to show why she should not be fined for selling ardent spirits on Sunday, was heard in her own defence and discharged. Bridget Callahan, arrested for vagrancy, was admonished by the Mayor and released. Wm. Jones, a lad, was fined five dollars for participating in a "rock battle," which sum his father was called upon to pay. The Mayor directed the police to give especial attention to the behavior of the boys on French Garden Hill. Isaac Coles, free negro, without a city register, was discharged on condition of his immediate departure for Albemarle, where he belongs. A charge against Blanch Mayden of "threatening to cut Kate Robertson with a knife, " led to the display of a vast quantity of fashionable millinery in the usually gloomy courtroom. Straw hats with black feathers
volunteer, called on Recorder Emerson yesterday afternoon to obtain the release of his wife, arrested, as he was informed, on the 13th of August last, for a breach of peace. When his Honor kindly asked him for her name, the soldier answered, with a charming ingenuity, he did not know for sure, but he was certain a woman was sent to the Parish Prison, on the 13th of August, and that prisoner was his better half. "Is it," said Mr. Emerson, who had looked over the register of arrests, "Mary Carroll?" "Yes," replied the husband, "that's she," "No, it cannot be, for I see this woman was arrested on the 17th; but it may be Kate Carroll" "Exactly so! Please to give me an order for the release of my darling Kate, I long so much to see her." "But this Kate was arrested for drunkenness, and you say your wife never took a drop of liquor." "And sure, your Honor, she never didn't." "I rather think your wife's name is Mary O'Neal." "You are right, there you have