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ber A., b. May 9, 1846.  14Roland H., b. Sept. 24, 1847.  15Noah S., b. July 7, 1849.  16Edward A., b. May 25, 1851.  17Martha A., b. July 7, 1852.  18William C., b. Sept. 14, 1853; d. Sept. 27, 1853.  1Howe, Joseph, was born in Boston, 1710, where he died in 1779. He m., 1st, Mercy Boardman, in 1740, who d. in 1747; 2d, Rebecca, dau. of Capt. Ralph Hart, by whom he had three sons and five daughters.  1-2Joseph Howe, jun., b. of the above, in 1753, d. in Boston, 1818. He m., 1st, Sarah Davis, 1776, by whom he had three sons; 2d, Margaret Cotton, in 1787,--issue, one daughter; and, 3d, Sarah Simpson, 1789,--issue, one son and three daughters.  2-3John Howe was born in Boston in 1784; and moved to Medford, 1813. He m. Rebecca Heywood, of Concord, Mass., in 1808, who d. 1820, leaving four sons, one being Humphrey B. (4); 2d, m. Sarah L. Symmes, dau. of Nathan Wait, Esq., of Medford, who d. 1837.  3-5Henry Wait, b. 1822.  6George, b. 1824.   3d, he m. Elizabeth W. Butte
Police Court. --Recorder Caskie, sitting yesterday in the absence of the Mayor, fined Jno, Cavanaugh $1 for appearing at Metropolitan Hall drunk. Mary Smith was sent to the Huntings Court for stealing $125 from Jos Kepler. John W. Marion was fined $1 for drunkenness on Main street. Sarah Davis was sent before the Hustings Court (and balled) for receiving a lot of shoes and calico, knowing the same to have been stolen. Ban Warner, who had helped himself to another man's meal and bread was let off. Michael Ward, free negro, ordered 12 for stealing wood of the Confederate States. Richard Davis, free, got 25 for not having his papers, and going about with a big Bowie knife on his person.
--The Grand Jury met yesterday and made the following indictments: Wm. A. Lambert, assaulting and beating Henry Breill. True bill. Wm. Kinney, stealing goods from Bernard Lennan. True bill. Patrick McGavey, shooting at John Henderson in the street. True bill. Henry McAnnity, beating John Dove. True bill. The Grand Jury was then adjourned till Saturday. The Court had the following parties before it: Sylvanus Gorden, free negro, charged with stealing two calves. Continued till the next term. Sarah Davis, charged with receiving stolen goods, was tried and acquitted. Urias Potter, indicted for exhibiting faro, was put upon trial, but the jury had not agreed when the Court adjourned. In the case of Josiah Mosby, charged with receiving goods stolen from E W. Tompkins, the prosecution was abated because of the death of the accused. Joseph Kelly, charged in two cases with assaulting and beating B. Howard, was tried and acquitted.