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The Daily Dispatch: February 8, 1862., [Electronic resource], Letter from the
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Sent on. --The following parties were sent on by the Mayor, on Saturday, to appear before the Hustings Court to-day, viz: Thomas J. Goodrich, charged with a violent assault on Louis Zimmer — bail in $1,000 required and given; Mary Driscoll, charged with repeated violations of the anti-liquor law, to answer a presentment to be made by the Grand Jury; James McGee, for instigating a riot at Metropolitan Hall on last Monday night--ball in $200 demanded and given; Sylvester Griffin and Charles Camp, for aiding Thomas Goodrich in an attack on Louis Zimmer, and striking Wm. Flegenheimer, to answer an indictment by the Grand Jury to- day — bail in $300 each required and give
Hustings Court, yesterday. --Present: R. D. Sanxay, Senior Alderman; Jas. Bray, N. C. Lipscomb, Jno. W. Beveridge, and E. A. J. Clopton, Aldermen. In the case of Edward Kelley, indicted for misdemeanor, a nolle prosequi was entered. Michael Mahoney was tried for misdemeanor and acquitted by a jury. Michael Sullivan gave $300 bail for his appearance at the next term for trial, for a misdemeanor. Case of Sylvester Griffin and Charles Camp, for a misdemeanor, was called, but continued until the next term, on account of the absence of witnesses. A case against Granville Montelle, for misdemeanor, was dismissed on payment of costs by defendant. Stephen Page was tried for a misdemeanor and acquitted by a jury. R. H. Dibrell was fined $10 and costs by a jury, on a conviction for putting in circulation small notes contrary to law.