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The Daily Dispatch: January 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court. --The cases disposed of yesterday presented but few points of interest. Incelins McKinney, charged with making an assault upon Wm. Stagg, was required to give security to keep the peace. A charge against Wm. Stagg, for making an assault upon A. McKinney, was dismissed. The case of Richard Morris, charged with stealing a pocked book and $10 in money from P. Johnston & Bro., was continued until to-day, in consequence of the absence of a witness. A fine of $5 was imposed upon Richard Gregory, for retailing ardent spirits without a license. Two or three negroes were sent down for punishment; about the same number, of drunks were disposed of in the usual way, and thus closed the important proceedings of the august tribunal.
ed for misdemeanor, and thereafter till said fine and costs were paid, being insolvent and his health infirm, his term of imprisonment after the 90 days was remitted. The prosecution instituted against William R. Warden, for a misdemeanor, was dismissed by the entry of a nolle-prosequi. Frederick Quarter, for stealing a number of lamb-skins from Joseph , was examined and sent to Judges Lyons's Court for trial. Tony, slave of Talbott & Brothers was tried for stealing a sliver watch from Richard Gregory, and ordered 39 lashes. Virginia, slave of B. Jones, was tried for stealing a containing articles of value from Peter. F. McNames, and being found guilty, was ordered 39 lashes. John Roberts and Wm. H. Rose, free negroes, charged with stealing $25 from Albert, slave of Gen. McGee. Were acquitted by the entry of a nolle prosequi the main witness having gone off, and it appearing that the defendants had taken the money rather by fraud than downright robbery.