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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.55 (search)
eenlee, Marshall Greenlee, William Wood Greenlee, Lucian P. Grigsby, John W. Gold, A. J. Gilmore, James Gold, Augustus Hanger, John G. Hamilton, W. W. Hamilton, G. Boyd Harlan, Hunter Harlan, Silas Harlan, J. Scott Harlan, Wilkie H. Harlan, James F. Harris, William P. Hartigan, James R. Hanger, Michael Hanger, John Hill, John Holden, Samuel M. Holden, Calvin M. Harper, Thomas Holden, Thomas C. Johnston, W. J. Johnston, J. Montgomery Johnston, Frank Jordan, John J. Jordan, Jeremiah Kelly, Joseph Kelly, Isaac Caruthers Lackey, James T. Lackey, N. H. Lackey, D. E. Laird, John Ewig Laird, Henry Ruffner Laird, Samuel McKee Laird, Abe Lavelle, Robert Sharp Leake, A. C. Lam, Alfred Leyburn, Jacob Lincoln, Philander Mackey. A. J. Martin, W. P. Martin, W. H. Marks, Samuel R. Moore, Harry E. Moore, Richard L. Moore, Thomas Montgomery, John Montgomery, A. S. Montgomery, J. G. Montgomery, Henry H. Myers, John D. Myers, R. Culton Morrison, Robert H. Morrison, Henry Ruffner Morrison, George Martin
--The Grand Jury met yesterday and made the following indictments: Wm. A. Lambert, assaulting and beating Henry Breill. True bill. Wm. Kinney, stealing goods from Bernard Lennan. True bill. Patrick McGavey, shooting at John Henderson in the street. True bill. Henry McAnnity, beating John Dove. True bill. The Grand Jury was then adjourned till Saturday. The Court had the following parties before it: Sylvanus Gorden, free negro, charged with stealing two calves. Continued till the next term. Sarah Davis, charged with receiving stolen goods, was tried and acquitted. Urias Potter, indicted for exhibiting faro, was put upon trial, but the jury had not agreed when the Court adjourned. In the case of Josiah Mosby, charged with receiving goods stolen from E W. Tompkins, the prosecution was abated because of the death of the accused. Joseph Kelly, charged in two cases with assaulting and beating B. Howard, was tried and acquitted.