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The Daily Dispatch: November 18, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayer's Court, Monday, Nov. 17th. --The case against Wash. Jordan, Wm. Jackson, Robert Carter, and Dick Carey, negroes, found in a room over No. 90, Main street, supposed to be used for gaming purposes, was partly heard, and all of the men save Dick Carey, who could not find a surety, turned loose on bail to appear on Tuesday. Daniel Gorman, charged with stealing $74 in C. S. notes from Wm. McFieldy, was called, but the witness not making his appearance, the prisoner was put in jail until the 20th, and the police officers instructed to hunt up McFieldy. The parties, male and female, arrested at the bawdy house of Ann E. Thomas, Cary street, Saturday night, for being of evil name, &c., were sent to jail until Tuesday, the Mayor having determined to hold them as accessories to the murder of Capt. J. O. Withmell, and bail in such a case not being allowed. Patrick Haley was arraigned, charged with aiding and abetting another man in robbin
tored to them, and had gone to Charleston, S. C. The Mayor said he had been asked after the arrest of Summers to discharge him, because the case had been settled. He said no one had a right to compromise a felony. It was his duty to inquire into the circumstances attending the affair, and see if he could not obtain the attendance of the women. For that purpose he should commit Summers to jail for ten days. Martha Ball, a Petersburg free negro, arrested for being in the city without authority of law, exhibited a pass signed by the Mayor of that city, giving her permission to do so. She was sent back to Petersburg. Washington Jordan, a free man of color, was ordered to be punished for being impudent to Mr. Wm. Mitchell. Mike McCamis, for getting drunk and trespassing on the lot of Jno. T. Wheeler, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of Mary E. Roots and Royal Roots, charged with a trespass on Georgiana Thurston, was heard and dismissed.