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The Daily Dispatch: September 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Police Arrests. --Since Saturday the police have succeeded in capturing the following parties for the offences set opposite their names, vir: Patrick Lee and Michael Coleman, for fighting in the street.--Patrick Rush, for lying down while drunk in the same locality.--Ann Kerns, for getting tipsy and entering a private house for the purpose of raising a muss. She was afterwards let off.--James Bradley, for a trespass at the Columbian Hotel.--James Kearney, as an accomplice of an unknown individual in stealing Alexander Craigs pocket-book, containing thirty cents.--Patrick Maxfield, colored, for shooting at his brother, Cyrus Maxfield, and the letter for cutting his brother with a knife.--Wm. R. Burch and John Brown, for fighting in the street — Wm. Walsh, for stealing $32 from Thomas Coonan, and Thomas Coonan, for being drunk and noisy in the barber shop of Ro. Francis.--A negro prisoner in one of the cells of the cage was powerfully walloped by a prisoner named Wm. Brown, for s