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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Position of
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Recorder's Court. --The Recorder yesterday continued the case of Jas. R. Lawrence, arrested as a suspicious person, to the 15th, and that of David Johnson, arrested for the same offence, to the 12th.--Austin Gibbons, arrested for using incendiary language, while drunk gave bail and I was let off.--Edw'd Hill, was acquitted of uttering threats against a Mr. West, she not appearing.--Wm. R. Snow, arrested as a suspicious person, committed until 13th inst.--Jas. Summers, for assaulting Mary Moore, dismissed, complainant not appearing.--Mitchell Marshall, charged with interfering with negroes in the street, failing to furnish a voucher for his good behavior, was sent to jail and ordered to work in the Chain-Gan for thirty days.