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The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1860., [Electronic resource], Southern Medical students in New York. (search)
Mayor's Court. --There were but five criminal causes before the Mayor yesterday morning, and they were very trivial. We make brief mention of them: William Gray, a free negro with Amelia papers, and also with a pass, was ordered twenty-five lashes for being drunk and disorderly in the street --Margaret Lynch, charged with being drunk and trespassing on Dr. Boldeman, was committed in default of bail for her better behavior.--Junius Guilty, arrested for being drunk in the street, was reprimanded and discharged.--Alex. Jackson, a free negro, for using abusive language to Mary Brooks, was sentenced to the lash.--Joseph Mann, for selling liquor without a license, asked an obtained a continuance.
t privately fond of nippers and correspondence with burglars, and "putting" up jobs for the same, committed as a person of evil name and fame — a name to which he is eminently entitled, judging from the revelations made at the Mayor's Court.--Margaret Lynch, a dissolute and abandoned female, said to be white, was committed for associating with negroes. A tread-mill would operate admirably on such disgusting figments of humanity as this Miss Lynch. A little of the law of the old judge, her progmade at the Mayor's Court.--Margaret Lynch, a dissolute and abandoned female, said to be white, was committed for associating with negroes. A tread-mill would operate admirably on such disgusting figments of humanity as this Miss Lynch. A little of the law of the old judge, her progenitor, would not do her much hurt.--Frederick Lieeke was committed in default of surety for general drunkenness. He hoped to escape punishment by giving the police a false name, but the scheme did not work well.
erday morning, after the case was gotten through with. The Mayor, at the close of the examination, announced his intention to send the prisoner on to the Hustings Court, but at the earnest solicitation of Mr. Gary, who intimated his purpose to sell her, the punishment was committed to thirty lashes, well laid on. Margaret was also whipped for harboring Henrietta. Melinda Brown, Emma Tally, Sarah Pitt, Emma Smith, Virginia Wode, Mrs. Dr. Elizabeth Wilson; Amanda Logan, Nora Euright, Margaret Lynch, and Gracey Smith, were charged with keeping house of ill repute, where all sorts of lewd practices are indulged in. The accused are occupants of the upper part of a house on Wall street, between Main and Franklin, Over Russell's stables, and were represented by the witnesses as women of the most abandoned character, "continually cursing and swearing, and exhibiting themselves in a state of nudity to persons living in the neighborhood." In the same house, in company with these women, wer