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The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1861., [Electronic resource], From the
Valley of Virginia. (search)
Fines. --The Mayor continues his indefatigable researches among delinquent cart, dray and wagon owners. In using the word delinquent we intend to apply it to those who have failed through neglect or inadvertence to renew their licenses. It will be seen by the following list of fines imposed on Saturday that the Police are alive to the importance of stirring up delinquents with a long pole. The following fines were imposed, as previously remarked, for failing to obtain licenses, viz: Richard Turner $3, wages; Hundley &Cance, wagon, $5; Thoe. S. Hundley, wagon, $5; Patrick McCarthy, cart, $5; I W. Glazebrook, lumber wagon, $5, Wm G. Dandridge, spring wagon, $5; D. M. Semple, wagon, $5, Richard steel was fined $3 and D. M. Semple $5, because their servants had driven wagons across the sidewalks of 4th street.
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], Escape of
's fleet — his Official Narrative. (search)
Charged with stealing Wood. --Officers Bibb and Adams arrested yesterday afternoon Patrick Boyle, Patrick McCarthy, and Daniel Egan, white, and Robert, slave of Wm English, charged with stealing $120 worth of wood from Richard Reins. They were locked up in the cage till this morning.