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The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ly assaulting and beating Denis Wren, was required to give surety to keep the peace for twelve months, and for his appearance before the Hustings Court in November next to answer an indictment on said charge.--The child, who is not doti capar, had taken something from the defendant — James Roberts, free negro, was ordered to receive fifteen lashes, for assault and battery upon Mary Freeman, his reputed wife, and committed to jail in default of giving surety for his further good behavior.--Tom Griffin, free negro, was required to give surety for his appearance before his Honor next week, to answer the charge of retailing ardent spirits to be drunk at the place where sold, and selling "snacks," without license.--Some gentleman came forward and said that having lost a watch, and seen an advertisement in the Dispatch of a stolen watch which had been committed to the custody of one of his Honor's officers, he had come to see whether the latter was his. It proved to be not the one he had lo
thereupon read, after which the court adjourned: "The Grand Jury having examined Messrs. Robert Howard, A. Judson Crane and John H. Gilmer, witnesses sent to them by the court, unanimously concur in the opinion that there was no evidence which proved any dereliction of duty on the part of Raleigh T. Daniel in prosecuting the Richmond Typographical Society, or in any other case, within their knowledge. "William B. Smith, charged with larceny, not a true bill; true bills against Tom Griffin, a free negro, charged with keeping a disorderly house, two cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, charged with unlawfully selling liquor by retail, to be drank at their house, two cases, making altogether, with what have already been published, upwards of twenty cases; Richmond and York River railroad, for permitting a nuisance;" besides some other presentments against parties whose names could not be ascertained. Subsequent to the reading of the above indictments, Mr. James