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The Daily Dispatch: August 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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e Court. --The following cases were disposed of yesterday; James Stayes, Peter Campbell, and Edw Gentry, free negroes, ordered 25 inches each for fighting in the street, and sent back to Powhatan county, where they belong — Margarer Sullivan, held to bail for breaking into John Phelan's house, and abusing his better half Thos. Creighton, for trespassing on Peter Saunders's coal yard, security required — Spotswood, slave of Dickinson & Pettians, ordered 25 inches for the same offence.--Edgar Harman, for forging the names of N. M. & S. W. Harman to sundry checks, accounting it, all to $100 on the Back of Virginia. Remanded for --Wm. Rows, for shooting Pat Mackin in the street. Remanded. Jacob , for huckstering, fined $5, and purchases forfeited — M. G. Mart, for huckstering, fined $5--Jeff Dominick, $5 ditto. --Alex. Payronet, ditto, $5,--The use S. Cooper and Jas. Harrison, for stealing $20 in money and a silver watch from John Roberts, valued at $, Cooper was discharged, and Har<
Hustings Court.--Special Term --Recorder Caskie presiding. Edgar Harman, charged with forging the name of Mrs. M. M. Harman to a check for $50, was sent on for trial.--Wm. Tracy, stabbing James H. McClure, sent on.--George Rich, stealing $30 worth of cotton thread from the Confederate States, sent back to the Mayor.--Daniel Murphy, stealing a mule from the city, sent on. --Wm. Rowe, shooting Pat Mackin, discharged.