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The Daily Dispatch: June 29, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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reast. One becomes weary of chronicling these oft repeated cases of moral destitution and physical weakness, but it has to be done, else the public would imagine they were enjoying a state of quietude which is by no means the case. --Yesterday Leah Jones was brought before the Mayor for trespassing on Dr. Garlick's premises while drunk. Failing to find a voucher, Jones was deposited in the jail, a sufficient punishment most persons will imagine, during this hot weather, as the thermometer cannes of moral destitution and physical weakness, but it has to be done, else the public would imagine they were enjoying a state of quietude which is by no means the case. --Yesterday Leah Jones was brought before the Mayor for trespassing on Dr. Garlick's premises while drunk. Failing to find a voucher, Jones was deposited in the jail, a sufficient punishment most persons will imagine, during this hot weather, as the thermometer cannot range much under 130 in the classic precincts alluded to.
Drowned. --The body of a white female was found in the canal, near Myer's bridge, yesterday morning, and identified as Leah Jones, who has been leading a vagrant kind of life for some time past. We are informed that she fell into the water during the night previous, being intoxicated at the time. Her husband, an Englishman, was killed by an explosion at the coal pits a few years ago, and her personal misfortunes will, at least in the eye of Christian charity, excuse some of her personal faults.