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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 5 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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next to answer an indictment for misdemeanor. Mary Campbell, charged with drunkenness. No witnesses appearing, the case was laid over. Thomas Dobson, a wild-looking youth of fifteen years, was charged with being drunk and assaulting J. J. King. Mr, King testified, that on the previous day he was on the basin, when the prisoner and another young man came along and pushed between witness and the wall. As they passed, accused said, "D — n you, you can't buy that woman." There was a neKing testified, that on the previous day he was on the basin, when the prisoner and another young man came along and pushed between witness and the wall. As they passed, accused said, "D — n you, you can't buy that woman." There was a negro woman on board a canal boat. They afterwards came back, accosted witness, and after some conversation, Dobson struck him. Called Mr. John F. Glazebrook and Mr. Mitchell to his assistance. They then started to run, and I pursued them and caught this one. He tried to throw witness into the basin. Never saw either of them before. Prisoner might have been drinking slightly, but was not drunk. The mother of Dobson made a pathetic appeal to the Mayor on behalf of her son. She said she wa