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The Daily Dispatch: August 19, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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append; Daniel Scroggins, for assaulting and beating Wm. J. Hill, was bound ever to keep the peace in the sum of $150--Michael and Ann O'Shea, charged with threatening to injure the profile and personnel of James Donoho, were each bound over in the sum of $100 --Edger Harman, charged with forging the names of M. M. and J. W. Harman, upon six checks, on the Bank of Virginia, to the extent of $100, was continued.--Lewis, a slave, was ordered fifteen lashes for having in his possession an overcoat, supposed to be stolen. --Fritz Stenbenberg was fined $5 because his drivers infringed upon the sidewalks with their vehicles.--Godfrey Robert was fined $5 and his purchases confiscated for huckstering.--Wm. Jones, for violently assaulting Mary E. Mitchell, was sent on. --Jerry Kenny, charged with feloniously shoot Michael Riordan, was remanded for examinations — Jacob and Mary C. Brady, charged with assaulting Sarah Foy, were required to give security, in the sum of $150 to keep the peace.
erred against John Kinsman, Wm. Harris and Wm. Roach, was examined into, and the evidence failing to substantiate their guilt, they were acquitted. Claiborne Thomas was convicted of larceny and sentenced to three months confinement in the city jail, and to be put to hard labor. In the case of John James, charged with assault and battery, a nolle prosequi was entered. At the conclusion of testimony in the case against Austin Conly and John Leathers, charged with larceny, Conly was acquitted and Leathers sentenced to three months confinement in jail and put to hard labor. James Brandon was sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and confinement in jail for three months, and Jerry Kenny to pay a fine of $50 and be confined in jail for thirty days, and to be put at hard labor, on the charge of assault and battery and with resisting a police officer while in the discharge of his duty. After the transaction of some business of an unimportant character the Court adjourned.