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The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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Mayor's Court. --Yesterday the case of Frederick Thompson, for stealing two dollars from Presley, slave of B. W. Green, on board the latter's canal boat, was called, and no witness appearing, it was continued.--David Patterson was arraigned for breaking into the closet used by the apple women at the Capitol, and stealing a lot of apples, boiled eggs, pea-nuts, &c.; but the proof being deficient, he was let off.--Cass of Clinton James, brought up for using the city water without paying therefore, was continued.--Alex. B. Wells, summoned up for permitting a vicious cow to go at large, was discharged, promising to abate the cause of complaint.--John Barry was examined for making a violent and unauthorized demonstration against the person of Tim Sheehan. He was acquitted.
The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], The
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The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Skirmishing below
The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Cavalry dash on
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Hustings Court, August 15. --Present: Recorder Caskie; Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Timberlake, and Lipscomb. Charles E. Sinclair qualified as Notary Public.--Clinton James, negro, on appeal from judgment of the Police Court, gave security for his appearance at the next term.--John and Emmett Pero, and Mary Hix, gave security for their appearance to answer the charge of misdemeanor.--Fred. Kell was fined $10 and costs for permitting his slave to go at large.--Samuel Connors and Bryant Riley gave security to answer the charge of misdemeanors. The Grand Jury sworn at this term (accept Geo K. Crutchfield, Thos. Bondar, Mark Downey, and F. Griffin) this day appeared, according to their adjournment, and were again sent out of Court, and, after some time, returned into Court, having presented certain parties, "being printers usually employed, and working as such," for "unlawfully and perniciously" forming and uniting themselves "into an unlawful Club and combination, called the Richmo
The Daily Dispatch: September 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], Handsome affair at
The Justices composing the Hustings Court, Recorder Caskie presiding, commenced their June term yesterday, and disposed of several criminal as well as civil cases. We append them as follows: George W. Farrell, robbing Jas C. Hunt of $200 in money, was heard and remanded for final trial before Judge Lyons. John Scott and John Dowdy, robbing Jas T Oliver of a gold watch and other articles, heard and sent on. Wm J Walker, stealing an overcoat of Edward Boyle, heard and sent on. John Doyle, stealing $150 from Jno C Hughes, heard and sent on. Chas Aury, breaking into Charles E Kent's factory and stealing 49 boxes of tobacco and one barrel of sugar; sent on. James Burke, stealing clothing valued at $50, from Jas E Levy, sent on Clinton James, free negro, selling liquor to be drunk at the place where sold, fined $60 and costs. John Cassello, stealing $37 from Pleasant M Bowley, was tried and acquitted.
The Daily Dispatch: June 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs at