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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.
ters, (when they had any,) or licked and turned loose. Fred'k MeSwecney, and Patrick Sullivan, charged with making a lascivious attack on an aged negro woman, named Eliza, belonging to Mrs. Taliaferro, at a house on Main street near the Old Market, were called up, and the material facts being elicited from the Provost Guard, who made the arrest, they were committed for trial before Judge Lyons. The parties were dressed in the garb of soldiers, and did not have a very prepossessing look.--Jos. Mann, a free negro, was arraigned for the larceny of a mare and mule colt; and Wm. Maxwell, free, accompanied him, being required to answer for buying the animals, knowing them to have been stolen. Proof was adduced showing that the animals were not stolen, but had been ridden from the late battle-field near Dr. Garnett's farm. Measures will be taken to see that the animals are sent to their proper owners.--Joseph Mitchell was brought up for an assault on Mrs. Mary Donnally. It appeared that