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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1864., [Electronic resource], Later from
Confederate States district Court, yesterday. --The bondsman of Richard Hicks, charged with a misdemeanor, becoming alarmed lest he should fail to appear and answer for the offence, withdrew his bail and turned him over to the custody of the Marshal. The motion for sequestrating certain property belonging to Urish P. Levy, an alien enemy, will be discussed on the 26th of September. The following presentiments were made by the Grand Jury: Mary B. Yates and John Keagan, indicted for concealing and harboring Confederate deserters, and William J. Harwood, for trading in greenbacks. The court afterwards adjourned till this morning.