The case of Pocahontas Lee, charged with threatening to assault and beat Mrs. Robert Harvie, and being a woman of ill-fame, was again taken up. [It will be recollected that Mrs. HarvMrs. Harvie, having reason to suspect her husband's fidelity towards her, went to Miss Lee's, in order to satisfy her suspicions and make arrangements for a divorce from him. Harvie was occupying the house wiHarvie was occupying the house with the accused, but refused to get out of bed and come down stairs to see his wife.
Mrs. Harvie then started to go up to him, when she was met at the head of the steps by Lee, who threatened to knockMrs. Harvie then started to go up to him, when she was met at the head of the steps by Lee, who threatened to knock her in the head with a poker if she advanced towards her. Subsequently, Mrs. Harvey had an interview with her husband, when he positively refused to live with her again.] The Mayor remanded both Mr.Mr. Harvie and Miss Lee for examination before the Hustings Court on the charge of desertion and lascivious and lewd association with each other.
Henry M. Jones was again present to answer the charg