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The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Sketch of
Chain-Gang Recruits. --Septimus Acquilla was carried before Recorder Caskie yesterday for using incendiary language, and failing to give $300 security for his good behavior, was sent to jail and ordered to the Chain-Gang for 60 days. The same order was entered in relation to Jas. T. Leathers, arrested for a similar offence. Leathers is an old man, pretends to hail from Orange, is proprietor of an unpromising family who have once of twice been before the Mayor; has a cousin in the Navy named Turner, a Lieutenant, who was engaged in burning the Gosport Navy-Yard, and is himself a most unsavory specimen of humanity.
The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Coercive policy. (search)
Unfounded charge. --Two men named Americus Crutchfield and Henry Ward, were arraigned before Recorder Caskie, charged by Jesse O. Newton, with stealing a silver timepiece worth $20. An examination of the premises led the Recorder to the conclusion, that it did not take two men to steal one watch, and that the parties accused were not guilty. They were let off.
The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Home manufacture of
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Let off. --Archer Saxton was carried before Recorder Caskie yesterday, for abusing and threatening Bridget Ney. The proof did not show that Bridget had anything to fear, and the Recorder said nay to the demand for security of the peace.