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The Daily Dispatch: may 21, 1862., [Electronic resource],
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Mayor's Court. --The following cases were before the Mayor yesterday, and disposed of as hereinafter mentioned: Roger Keenan, alias John Finney, arrested for assaulting John Bowyer and robbing him of $100, had his case continued for a further hearing. Edward Flinn, accused of robbing John H. Davenport of $21.60, was sent on to a regular term of the Hustings Court for further examination, on the charge of grand larceny. Mrs. Jane Cox, for allowing her servants to get water from the hydrant of Mr. Michael, was fined $10--about five dollars more than the cost of a whole year's supply, furnished at city prices. Mike Hines, accused of stealing $36 from William M. Grady, on a canal boat, under went an examination which established his complicity in the transaction, and justified the Mayor in sending him before the Hustings Court to be further examined. A number of negroes were committed for want of registers and staying in the city contrary to law. All of the
The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], The armies below
Five Dollars reward. --A reward of $5 will be paid for negro boy John, about 12 years of age, who was hired to Mrs. Jane Cox, on Main, near 7th st., and who left her premises on or about the 22d June last. It is thought he is at the camp of the 1st Reg. Va. Cavalry, as he was last seen going with them about that time from the city. He is owned by Wm. A. Hunan, of Northumberland county, Va; is black, and very well grown.--No marks or scars recollected. Thos. J. Bagby, jy 8--3t General Agent, No. 8, Wall street.