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rday. Joseph Fenton, charged with assaulting and threatening to kill Catharine O'Conner, was proved guilty and committed to jail in defaults of $200 security. Recorder Caskie also ordered that he be put to work in the chain gang for the space of 90 days. Matthew Eagan and Martin Cunningham, charged with fighting in the street, and resisting the watchmen who sought to preserve the peace by inter posing were each sent to jail in default of a voucher for their good behavior. Henry Jackson slave of Edward Wood, found in the street smoking a cigar, and without a pass, was ordered for lashes. Jacob slave of Willie Caskie, was brought up for forging the name of Louisa G. Allan to a bank check for $100, but there being no proof of his , he was discharged. Hustings Court, Friday, December 19th --The Court was engaged during yesterday in the trial of Michael Sucton who has been imprisoned since the 5th of October, for the murder of John Delany, alleged to have been com
The Losses in Jackson's corps. Gen. Jackson's corps was not engaged the battle of Fredericksburg, and to relieve the of the friends of those in that corps we give the following list of casualties from a responsible correspondent; Gen. Jackson's old division was not engaged as reported. Being in reserve on Saturday, the were few. The let Brigade (Stone the most. Of these. Lieut Col Gardiner, its Virginia, wounded in face; Lieut Colston 2d Virginia. wound, (severe) 2d Brigade.Gen. Jackson's old division was not engaged as reported. Being in reserve on Saturday, the were few. The let Brigade (Stone the most. Of these. Lieut Col Gardiner, its Virginia, wounded in face; Lieut Colston 2d Virginia. wound, (severe) 2d Brigade.-- others, unknown, were Capt Ames and Lt. G. W. Virginia, killed. 3d Brigade.--57th Virginia, Serg't Connor, slightly wounded; 23d Virginia, Lieut Taylor, severely. Capt Wooding's battery suffered heavily, and had 14 wounded, including Capt. Geo. H. Wooding and Lieut. J. H. Jouse, both severely. This with Carpenter's battery, main sined a very exposed position against and infantry. Capt Wooding was wounded three times before he left the field, the enemy being within working at the guns h