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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ony against George W. Cassiday, for receiving goods knowing them to be stolen from John Does and Jas. Warden, were examined, and the proof being quite direct the defendant was committed for trial before Judge Lyons, and bail refused. Winnie Merton, a free negro, was tried for stealing $150 worth of wearing appareled from Ann L. Taylor, and being found guilty was sentenced to be sold into absolute slavery. A case against John Barres, for bastardy, was dismissed at the request of Astasia Kelley, the complainant. A prosecution against Wm. Reynolds, for misdemeanor, and one against Patrick Finnoven for felony, were dismissed, the witnesses being absent, and no prospect of their returning. An attachment was issued against John E. Kaul, a witness against Wm. D. Bowman, charged with felony, for his contempt in not attending Court. The Grand Jury, George W. Smith foreman, assembled, and found true bills against Michael Sullivan and Richard Shell for misdemeanor. The b