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The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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he "purpose of governing themselves and other printers employed and working as such in said city, and unlawfully and unjustly to extort great sums of money from the employing printers in said city, principally the proprietor of the Examiner." The indictment contains the names of the following parties, viz: Caspar Marston, J A Gibbs, R B Figg, J Q A Crane,--Keller,--Moore. J Robinson,--Verrel, T Seeders, Wm H Wade, J L Young, M Godwin, Richard Grantland, Jas Love, W C Nelson, Joseph Wiglesworth, T La Prade, Jos H Johnson, Jas H Walford, Isaac Crutchfield, M Hill, Thos Wynne, N G Smith, Geo J Austin. L Fore, Charles Ellis, Felix Tiller,--Robinson, (known as Captain Robinson,) Thos N Priddy, Nick Wells, Robert Tatty, and — McCann. The following other parties (not printers) were presented for misdemeanor, viz: Delia Reynolds, (2 cases,) Henry Myers, (1 case) The indictment against Wm Thomas was ignored. The Grand Jury adjourned for the term. The Court meets to-day at 11 o'clock.
on, and excuse himself if he can.--Henrietta Tipton, colored female, charged with stealing $59 from Jesse, slave of Dr. M Burton, was examined and sent before the Hustings Court for final trial.--Joe Richards, colored, was arraigned on the complaint of his brother, Warren, who charged him with threatening to knock his brains out with a club. The belligerent got an order entitling him to 15 lashes.--Edward Augur on Thursday night constituted himself a great bore to Jos. Bowman by discharging a gun in the direction of his person. Augur was required to give $150 security to be of better behavior in future.--Delia Reynolds, charged with breaking down Matilda Sprowl's door, was acquitted.--Levi Benedict, who has been often fined for huckstering, was again summoned up for a similar offence, and fined $50--Christian Stevens was fined $5 for huckstering.--Margaret Misco, arrested for assaulting and beating Wm. Hulscher, was required to give $200 surely to restrain her warlike propensities.