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The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Fifteenth day. (search)
Stabbing affair. --John Ross was arrested on Saturday, for cutting and stabbing Augustus P. Girard; and on Sunday morning, Jackson Palmer was caged for the same offence.--The parties are engaged in the military business, and it will no doubt appear, on examination, that some other spirit than the spirit of liberty actuated the commission of the deed, which the common law and those who interpret it, hold to be in nowise connected with the defence of the country.
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --The Mayor yesterday detained for further examination John Ross and Jackson Palmer, charged with stabbing Augustus P. Girard in the back with a bayonet. The complainant did not make his appearance.--Henry R. Beasley, Tim Hogan, Jas. Gitrille, Dan Mitchell, Geo. Lott, Mike Winters, Jas. Ryan, and Jno. Ryan, arrested for various drunks and acts consequent thereon, were admonished and delivered to their officers, being soldiers.--Jas. D. Founkhold, arrested for chasing people out of Palmore's drinking saloon with a drawn sabre, was detained for want of surety of the peace.--Patrick H. Connell was committed for a breach of the peace.--Charles, slave of Mrs. Jas. Ellett, was ordered 30 lashes for breaking into Philip Bergheimer's store and stealing $40. Edward Fitzgerald, charged with robbing a slave of $7, was committed to jail until the 2d of July.--Blackstone, slave of Henry Thweatt, was ordered 30 lashes for assaulting Wm. Maxwell in the street with a b
The Daily Dispatch: July 3, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Ten dollars Reward. (search)
Discharged. --The following parties were let off by the Mayor yesterday, after admonitions, viz: Jas. D. Foundkhold, arrested for flourishing a sabre in Palmore's bar-room to the terror of the landlord' customers; John Rom and Jackson Palmer, arrested for insertings, bayonet in Augustus P. Girard's back. The witness had been sent off to the wars, and nothing would have been gained by detaining them. M. Keagan, arrested for drunkenness, was told to go to camp. Shortly after his departure, his Captain arrived in search of him.--Mary Collins, arrested for threatening to pummel Hannah Dobson, was lectured on the desirable qualities of peace as a promoter of domestic comfort, and was then let off.