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The Daily Dispatch: August 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Admitted to bail. --The case against C. Castigolini, for assisting his partner, Davini, an Italian fruit vender, of Cary street, in stabbing and cutting Mr. Alexander Harwood, a few days since, was before the Mayor for examination on yesterday, but continued in consequence of the absence of the principal witness. Castigolini was admitted to bail for his appearance at a future time in the sum of $1,000.
in Government employ; Joe, slave of Jefferson Porters, was ordered to be punished for trespassing on Thos. G. Peachy — Joe hid himself under Mr. Peachy's steps; case of Phila Shaffer, for beating Jacob Rich, was continue until to-day; John A. Faris acknowledge himself guilty of an assault on Zarah Barham, and was held to bail in the sum of $15 $500 security to appear before an examining Court, to be held on the 2d of November next and answer for making a malicious assault and battery on Alex. Harwood; Ann Winker who keeps a grocery in Solitude, on Capt street, was fined $16 for selling liquor without a license and $5 for permitting an unlawful assembly of slaves; case of John Cook, for beating a son of Mrs. Frances Wrean, we continued until to-day; R. A. Fish, a decent appearing person, was examined on suspicious of being a spy. Defendant, who represent himself as an Abolition Captain of a so-called "California Regiment," composed of New York out-throats, was apprehended near h Churc