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The Daily Dispatch: September 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayor's Court, Saturday. --James O'Connor, who gives a new name as often as arrested, was committed to jail for being disorderly and disturbing people in the streets. Samuel Mayo, claiming to be a free negro was arrested for having no pass or papers and for having a dick knife in his possession. Mary Jane Purcell, committed for want of surety for her good behavior, on the charge of trespassing upon the proprietor of the American Hotel. Edward F. Grant was required to give surety in $159 for his good behavior, upon conviction of having been drunk, and having fired a pistol in the streets. George Ragland, charged with assaulting a man in the streets, was held to bail in $200 to keep the peace hereafter. Lucien Q. Landrum was brought up on the charge of stabbing and wounding William L. Roach. Mr. Roach endeavored to acquit Mr. L. of intentional misconduct, but his Honor thought it best to continue the case for a further hearing this morning. Margaret J