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The Daily Dispatch: April 30, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ion by the police, and that he had no visible occupation. The Recorder in default of surely for Shields's good behavior, send him to jail, and adjudged that he should labor in the chain gang for 60 days. Surely was required of Elizabeth Butler Esq. assaulting Catherine Ocle. The following oages were continued till the 3rd, visit Wovison, slave of Geo. Buggan and Charles Harris for breaking into Fred. Weldmeyer's smoth house and stealing 30s lbs of bacon; and John Earnney and Jno Legan; for stealing a hog from Sara Miller. A motion was submitted to lesson the amount of bail required of John Elley and Wm. O'Brian, heretofore committed in default of $500 security to keep the peace. Officer Davis having informed the Court that Riley had balled himself by running off from the chain gang, in which he was put, the Recorder declined to hear the motion. The attorney expressed himself satisfied with the aspect of the case, as Riley was the one who had employed him to appear.