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The Daily Dispatch: March 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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d. Two cases against William Frank, for permitting unlawful gaming at his ordinary, and four cases against the same individual for permitting unlawful assemblies of slaves — were continued.--Jesse Talbott, in one case, for selling ardent spirits, was fined $60 and costs. Judgment for costs in two other cases. Talbott was also fined $25 and costs for permitting an unlawful assembly of slaves.--Cases of David H. Woodward and Jesse Shepperson, for not keeping a county road in order, and of Pat Lynch and — McCarty, for obstructing a public road, were continued.--A capias was issued to bring John P. Sledd into Court to plead on the charge of illegal voting. A summons issued against J. F. Britton for the same offence was directed to be sent to the Sergeant of Williamsburg.--Seven cases against Valentine Heckler--three for unlawfully keeping a bowling alley, two for permitting unlawful gaming at his ordinary, one for keeping a disorderly house, and one for misdemeanor, were continued, an
hat can he be about, and tell him, (so that the Republicans can't hear it,) that we will meet him on the common battle-field before long, in that modern Sodom and Gomorrah, when fire shall rain on that devoted city. Of representative men, Bishop Lynch is the representative of the one caste of the Catholic Church in this city, and Father O'Niel the other. Bishop Lynch officiates at St. John's and St. Finbin's Church, on Broad street.--This is the most costly building in the city; the order Bishop Lynch officiates at St. John's and St. Finbin's Church, on Broad street.--This is the most costly building in the city; the order of architecture is mixed, and I may say, rather unique. Bishop L. is a native of this State, about fifty years old, six feet high, stout and very erect; dresses in the usual costume of that Church, is neat without pedantry, has a fine, bland, benevolent face, and is in all respects a highly polished gentleman.--He is a fine speaker, remarkably fluent and impressive; never engages in religious controversies, and is highly respected by every one who knows him. The only impropriety that the Bishop