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The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ropneumonia, but the disease seemed to yield readily to medical treatment. I saw no marks of violence except a bruise under the right eye. None of the ribs of the deceased were fractured, as had been rumored, nor were there any bruises upon his person. The post mortem exhibited a disease of the left lung, and slight inflammation in the coating of the lung, but not sufficient to cause death. Dr. Anderson assisted in the post mortem, and concurred in the statement of Dr. Waring. David Hughes concurred in the statement made by Mr. McPherson. Mrs. Mary Woof saw the parties come into her house together after the fight. They drank together, and were friendly. Edward Doran cupped Curry during his illness, and examined his person carefully. He could discover no superficial discolorations. John Munn saw Peasley pull Jones away from Curry, but saw no blow given. W. C. Daley saw no blow struck. The Mayor, owing to the absence of other witnesses, adjourned th
appear for further examination before the Hustings Court. Mary Riley, James Ormsby, and Rosanna Ormsby, were dismissed on the charge of assaulting and beating Patrick Sweeney. A counter charge was preferred against Patrick Sweeney of beating James, Ormsby, which was continued till this morning. This was one of those interesting (!) cases known as an Irish row, and during the examination of witnesses the police were kept busy in silencing the involuntary outburst of laughter which their peculiar testimony elicited. Solomon Jackson, a free negro, charged with assaulting, with intent to kill, Patrick Tierney, was discharged, the complainant falling to appear. Bena Bendix was fined $20 for beating Kate, a child of Elizabeth Munson. David Hughes, whose son had been indulging in the luxury of a rock battle in the street, was made to pay a fine of $5. A fine of $5 was imposed upon James H. Mason for permitting his wagon to drive across the sidewalk on Ross street.