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The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1860., [Electronic resource], Additional by the
The Grand Jury of the Hustings Court met yesterday, and found true bills against the following persons, charged with misdemeanors: J. F. Cluff, John Hagan, Daniel Face, Wm. H. Smith, Donald McKenzie, Wm. Gouldin, Timothy Collins, Edward Moore, Joseph Barraggi. They also presented Thomas Hiltzehimer, Joshua Curry, Samuel Chapman, John Curry, Wm. Dailey and Thomas H. Taylor, for an assault on Ann Maria Myers and Elizabeth Thomas; and Wm. H. Smith in two cases, for selling goods in violation of the revenue laws.
Dead. --Hon. Samuel Chapman, a native of Caroline county, Virginia, died in Alabama a few days ago. He was Attorney General of Tennessee in his twenty fifth year. He was an active member of the first Legislature assembled under the Constitution of Alabama, and for thirty years filled political offices.