Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:
The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1860., [Electronic resource], Election Riot at
The county Court of Henrico was in session yesterday, and disposed of several unimportant cases. Louis Hena, indicted for permitting unlawful gaming in his ordinary, was arraigned, tried and found guilty. Under the law, the Court fined him $100, deprived him of his license to keep an ordinary, and required him to give security in the sum of $100 to be of good behavior in the future. The same party was also found guilty of permitting an unlawful assembly of slaves in his ordinary, and fined $3 and costs. The Grand Jury of this Court made presentments against John Noker, Thos. Breeden, Washington Cornett in three cases, Jas. Pratt in three cases, and John Thomas in two cases, for selling liquor in violation of the laws of the State. Price Harris, arrested under a capias pro fine, was committed to prison, there to remain until the fines imposed on him for selling ardent spirits contrary to law are paid, or until otherwise discharged.