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s were recognized to appear and give evidence before the above named court on the 2d Monday in November. William Jones, free negro, jailed, and case continued. James Hamilton, charged with having up place to stay, and with belonging to the 13th Louisiana regiment, which latter is certainly a singular and significant accusation, was turned over to the care of Gen. Winder. Armstrong McGuire, lately turned out of the Penitentiary was arraigned for drunkenness and trespassing on James Cary, and was allowed to go at, large upon condition that he would leave the city forthwith. Conway, a slave, was ordered 15 lashes for throwing stones. John Stewart's case was again continued, and he remanded to jail. Lucien Q. Landidm gave bail for his appearance before the Hustings Court to answer the charge of unlawfully stabbing and wounding Mr. Roach. George Sinclair, an Englishman and a British subject, who claims to have joined our army, was brought up charged with a
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Fatal Accident. --About one o'clock, yesterday afternoon, a soldier named James Cary, belonging to Company C, Wheat's battalion, jumped out of a third story window in rear of the Columbian Hotel, intending to alight upon an adjacent shed, but missed his object, and fell to the ground, a distance of about forty feet. From what could be ascertained relative to the affair, it seems that he had been engaged in a fight with some of his room mates, and in order to escape arrest by the police, who had been sent for, sought to make his exit from the hotel by the above-mentioned route. He was picked up in a dying condition and was taken to the Baskerville Hospital, on Cary street. He survived only about half an hour.
Signal corps, C. S. A. --The following appointments of Lieutenants in the Confederate States Signal Corps were confirmed by the Senate on Monday: A. L. Lindsay, Va; C. G. Memminger, S. C; W. M. N. Otey, Tenn; Ed. Burke, Texas; J N, Stubbs, Va; B. Duval, Md; J. S. Mason, Va; E. F. Ruffin, formerly C S. Navy, Ga; H C. Lindsay, Ky; James Cary, Md.; J. A. Stephens. G.; A. J. Steadman, N. C; J. L. Doggett, N. C; G. E. Harrison, Va; F. Markoe, Md.
ok compassion and discharged her. Frederick Miller, a pardoned penitentiary convict, arrested some nights since on the charge of robbing Thomas Patterson of a gold watch, a pair of boots and a hat, was before the Mayor to answer for the offence. After an examination of the evidence against him he was remanded for indictment by the grand jury of the Hustings Court. Washington Goodrich and Joseph Furley were each fined $50 and required to give security for fighting in the street. James Cary and Patrick Stack were also up for the same offence, the former of whom was discharged, and the latter required to give security. There being no testimony sustaining the charge preferred against Christopher Roach of stealing a horse from Martin Gilday, he was discharged from custody. Minerva A. Tucker charged with being drunk, disorderly, and stoning the house of Mrs. Walden, was fined $10 and required to give security for her future good behavior. Several negroes were befor