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The Daily Dispatch: December 11, 1860., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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he sort, each levelled at the reputation of some one from whom he had suffered a repulse; the whole being nullified (without being erased) by a codicil. A widow, occupying a large house in a fashionable quarter of London, sent for a wealthy solicitor to make her will, by which she disposed of between fifty and sixty thousand pounds. He proposed soon after, was accepted, and found himself the happy husband of a penniless adventuress. Shortly after the death of Mr. Asheton Smith, George Carter, one of his huntsmen, sought an interview with an old friend of the family, and with much earnestness made the following proposition: "I hope, sir, when I and Jack Fricker and Will Bryce (the Whips) die, we may be laid alongside master in the Mausoleum, with Ham Ashley and Paul Potter, (two hunters,) and three or four couple of his favorite hounds, in order that we may be all ready to start again together in the next world," "And thinks, admitted to that equal sky, His faithf
Mayor's Court. --The criminal docket, yesterday, was filled with the names of ten or a dozen little boys, who had been arrested for burglary and stealing. We append the following summary: William Grace, Andrew Perdue, Frank Larmon, George Carter, William Toomey and Charles Timberlake, alias Bell, were charged with breaking into the provision stall of Joseph M. Willis, on the night of Wednesday, and stealing therefrom a large lot of bacon. The evidence was clear against the accused, who were remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. Joseph Lombard, Joseph Lipscomb, and James Hicks, were remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court, in May next, on the charge of receiving bacon, stolen from Joseph M. Willis, they well knowing it to have been stolen. Daniel Cavenaugh was required to give security in the sum of three hundred dollars to keep the peace and be of good behavior, he being charged with using insulting and abusive language towa