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The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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found without passes, were discharged. Hustings Court--Recorder Caskie presiding.--Thomas Kelly and James Gammon, charged with drugging Capt Alexander H Franklin, and robbing him of $200, on the 2d of November, were examined and sent on for final trial. John J. Hockaday, charged with assaulting and beating Sam T Pearce, a watchman, was tried and acquitted. The Attorney for the Commonwealth, by consent of the Court, entered a nolle prosequi in the case of the boys Tom Turpin, Jim Logan, and Bob Lotsy, and they were discharged. Chas. Mitchell, charged with stealing a coat from the Columbian Hotel, was found guilty and sentenced to thirty days imprisonment. The following parties were indicted for misdemeanor: Lucien Polk, Dick Duff, Julius Sholley, Geo. W. Nelson, James Coggin, Thomas Tardy, John Maley, and Michael Whalery Charles Summers, Marsden Holleway alias Martin Harvey, Jos, Mitchell, and Patrick Murphy; and Casper Marsden and other composing the Rich