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and beating John Nowlan, was committed in default of security to keep the peace. John Johnson, free negro, for trespassing on the Medical College premises, was sentenced to twenty-five. John Donahoe and Martin Roach, arrested for assaulting Martin Harvey, and Martin Harvey, arrested for stealing a pair of pantaloons and a cotton handkerchief from Martin Roach, were all discharged. John Nowlan, charged with threatening to beat Jackson Dunn, was also set at liberty. Snow.--Our inhabitantsMartin Harvey, arrested for stealing a pair of pantaloons and a cotton handkerchief from Martin Roach, were all discharged. John Nowlan, charged with threatening to beat Jackson Dunn, was also set at liberty. Snow.--Our inhabitants were surprised yesterday morning on finding the ground covered with snow, about seven inches in depth, and more falling. The air was perfectly still, and the trees were festooned most beautifully with snowy wreaths. The earth, however, being saturated with previous rain, soon absorbed the snow, and the mud and slush became intolerable. The sovereigns about the polls never had such a time before. The Curtis Peck.--This steamer did not start on her usual trip for Norfolk yesterday mornin
Martin Harvey was required to give security before the Mayor, yesterday, for doing to sleep in the office of Capt. Samuel Ellis, Clerk of the First Market.
zzie, a slave, belonging to Martha A. Gorman, of Georgia, was called and continued for four days, on account of the absence of witnesses, who are expected from the South by that time. Just as the Court was on the point of an adjournment, Martin Harvey, a soldier, was brought up as a party who had snatched from the hands of Lucy Ann White, a colored woman, a silver watch, on Clay street, near Brook Avenue. After the "snatching" occurred, the old woman raised an outcry which was heard by Mr.ier, was brought up as a party who had snatched from the hands of Lucy Ann White, a colored woman, a silver watch, on Clay street, near Brook Avenue. After the "snatching" occurred, the old woman raised an outcry which was heard by Mr. James Prosser, who saw the thief retreating, followed by the old woman, in the direction of Bacon's Quarter Branch. He also pursued, came up with the man, seized him, and he thereupon gave up the watch. Harvey was committed to appear before an examining Court.
the 2d of November, were examined and sent on for final trial. John J. Hockaday, charged with assaulting and beating Sam T Pearce, a watchman, was tried and acquitted. The Attorney for the Commonwealth, by consent of the Court, entered a nolle prosequi in the case of the boys Tom Turpin, Jim Logan, and Bob Lotsy, and they were discharged. Chas. Mitchell, charged with stealing a coat from the Columbian Hotel, was found guilty and sentenced to thirty days imprisonment. The following parties were indicted for misdemeanor: Lucien Polk, Dick Duff, Julius Sholley, Geo. W. Nelson, James Coggin, Thomas Tardy, John Maley, and Michael Whalery Charles Summers, Marsden Holleway alias Martin Harvey, Jos, Mitchell, and Patrick Murphy; and Casper Marsden and other composing the Richmond Typographical Society, for conspiring to extort money from the public, and especially from John M. Daniel, proprietor of the Richmond All the misdemeanor cases will be called to-day.
Proceedings of the Courts. Hustings Court, Friday Dec. 12th Present: Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen E A. J. Clapton, Wm. W. Timberlake and George S. Gwathmay. Madison Holloway otherwise called Martin Harvey, was put on trial for receiving a gold watch stolen from Sarah Johnson, knowing the same to have been stolen; and the jury finding him guilty, the Court, in consideration of the fact that he was a soldier, only put him in jail for thirty days. Richard D Mitchell was tried for misdemeanor, in assaulting Wm. H. Beveridge, and was fined $21 and the costs of Court. George W. Nelson was put on trial for misdemeanor, in having, on the 14th day of August last with thirteen others, broken out of the city jail. It was in proof that Nelson had been in jail for ten months for an alleged felony for which the grand jury had never found an indictment. Two of his fellow-prisoners, Melvin Davenport and Charles Toothacre, testified that when the scheme for breaking out was
The Daily Dispatch: December 20, 1865., [Electronic resource], Provost Judge's Court--Brevet-Colonel J. McEntee presiding. (search)
Provost Judge's Court--Brevet-Colonel J. McEntee presiding. --The following cases were tried and disposed of at this Court yesterday: Henry Christian, a negro boy, charged with petit larceny — stealing one dollar and fifty cents--was found guilty and sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Martin Harvey and Henry Sanford, Twelfth United States Infantry. Charge — drunk and no pass. Guilty, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. John Lucas, negro, charged with carrying concealed weapons. Guilty, and sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. William Grayson, citizen, charged with selling liquor to soldiers. Guilty, and sentenced to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars. Alexander Bundy, negro, charged with stealing a pair of boots. Guilty, and sentenced to sixty days confinement in Castle Thunder. Several other cases were called, but owing to the absence of witnesses they were postponed — among them the five negroes charged with stealing Mr. Lyon<