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The Daily Dispatch: May 16, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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tween four and five thousand emigrants from Europe arrived at this part last week.--The Monarch of the Seas, from Liverpool yesterday, had 923. During the voyage there were four births and three deaths. Miscellaneous. It is asserted, from Grafton, Va., that the rebels have left that part of the State. The Wheeling Intelligencer says they have captured great quantities of horses, cattle, and other booty, and are now advancing on Parkersburg. Col. Jacobs had been whipped by Morgan, with heavy loss, at Lebanon, on the 11th. A Vallandigham "sympathizing" meeting had been held in New York. James Brooks made a speech, in which he said New York and New Jersey were the only free States left. The news from Europe is five days later. It is stated that France has taken offence at Minister Adams's conduct in England, and demands an explanation. The French have suffered no repulse in the siege of Puebla. Polish affairs are unchanged. Gold in New York r
the "green eyed monster," stabbed Frederick Deitrick in the neck with a knife, on 17th st., on Thursday, producing a very severe wound, of which Dietrick may not recover. He was brought up to answer. The wounded man did not appear. The case was continued until the 19th inst. John D. Farrell, charged with being disorderly in the Theatre, was let off. John Flannigan and Mike Larkin, arrested for interfering with the watch, and being suspicious characters, were discharged. Lucy Morgan, arrested for beating her husband, was let off, the injured man not making his appearance as a witness. Julia, slave of Mrs. Sally Tally, was ordered 10 lashes for throwing dirty water on Wm. H. Hundly. Jim, slave of Mrs. Mander, was ordered ten lashes for obtaining a dollar from Bernard, a slave, by false pretences. Charles J. Huntington was required to give security for assaulting Thos. F. Wood at the Ballard House. The security was readily given. Wm. Daniel, white,