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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], The orders for the arrest of Mason and Slidell. (search)
Arrests. --The watchmen made several arrests on Saturday night, among them the following: Wm. Leftwich, charged with shooting at Peter Padraette, with intent to kill, and attempting to shoot Simon Coffee; Michael O'Brien, drunk and disorderly, and "breaking the house" of Simon Coffee; and Michael Kennedy and James Broderick, charged with fighting in the street. A boy named Joseph Keller was arrested yesterday for committing a burglary at Dove's drug store. The Mayor will have a pretty large docket this morning.
were most fortunately preserved. On State street, on either side, the flames spread destruction from Market to Cumberland. Cumberland street to Meeting, inclining its elongation, Horibeck's Alley, to King street, is in ruins. Church street, from the corner of Market to Cumberland street, is also burned. Linguard street, with its sundry little tenements and many occupants, was completely destroyed. Meeting street, on the east side, from the Ice House near. Market street to Mr. Kennedy's tailoring establishment, opposite the Mills House, and from the Theatre, on the west side, to the Mills House, is in ashes. This range included the Circular Church, Institute Hall, Theatre, Apprentices' Library, Palmetto Savings Institution, Art Association, Charleston Savings Institution, and the flue residences of Dr. Rodriguez, Dr. DeSaussure, and Dr. North. The Mills House most fortunately escaped with little damage. Queen street was laid in ashes from Digben's stables, north