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Death from Tetanus. --The eldest son of Mr. Calvin Green, Jacob, aged 14 years, died on Monday from lockjaw. A few days prior to his death, his arm was accidentally cut with a knife by a youthful companion while they were playing together, soon after which the would developed such unfavorable symptoms as to require the amputation of the arm, which was successfully performed by Drs. Wellford and Davis. The death of the lad soon after ensued.
The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1862., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: October 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Medical staff of the army. (search)
Proceedings in the courts. Mayor's Court.--The following cases were before the Mayor on Saturday: Theodore Frick, charged with fighting in the Second Market. The case was postponed until Monday. John Murray, charged with the murder of Michael Leary, and feloniously cutting and stabbing. James McCormick was remanded to appear before the Hustings Court. Calvin Green was fined $10 for permitting his son to ride down Main street at a faster rate than the law allows. James F. Bowers was required to give security to answer an indictment for beating a slave belonging to J. P. Ballard. Edward Sullivan, found drunk on the Theatre steps, was committed. John P. Mack and Michael Ford, for being drunk and fighting in the street, were required to give security for good behavior. Henry, slave of James Harris, was sent on for trial, charged with grabbing $55 from the money box of W. Brown. In the case of Mr. Benj. Sutton, reported Saturday, for his g