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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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entucky and partly in Canada, and had just arrived from New York with a letter from General Cocke to Governor Letcher, the latter of whom told him to circulate around as he pleased, was placed in durance till his Excellency could be called on Austin Gibbons, arrested for using incendiary language, was committed. Gibbons said he was drunk. The Mayor told him, "out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh," and he should have to send him, at least for a time, where the police cease fromGibbons said he was drunk. The Mayor told him, "out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh," and he should have to send him, at least for a time, where the police cease from troubling and the wicked are at rest. Committed indefinitely.--Herignes Hill, assaulting Dominick McDonough, examined and acquitted.--Degrassy Drumwright, discharged on condition that he leave the city in twenty-four hours and never return. Condition accepted.--Jas. R. Lawrence, a person ostensibly a painter's clerk, but privately fond of nippers and correspondence with burglars, and "putting" up jobs for the same, committed as a person of evil name and fame — a name to which he is eminently
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.