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The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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a blacksmith shop to become a nuisance, was dismissed on the understanding that it should be abated. Andrew J. Winne, for passing himself off for a Lieutenant of the night police, and drawing a pistol and arresting Capt. Caleb Crone, of the night watch, was required to give bail in the sum of $150 to answer an indictment for the offence. The complaint against C. F. Holle, for allowing a nuisance on his lot, was dismissed. Alladonna, a slave, for heating a white girl named Margaret Hogan, was ordered 25 lashes. Sally Gray, a free negress, for being in Richmond with Chesterfield papers, was sent home. Betty W. Hill, also free, charged with remaining in Richmond with a King William register, was discharged on condition she takes out free papers here. The cases of Bridget Walsh and Katy Burke, for threatening to assault and beat Mary Walsh, was continued till to-morrow. The case of Meriwether Quarles, for robbing John H. Scribner of $445, was postponed u