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The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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stablishments as in churches, and that while he could prevent it nobody should go there to disturb peaceful people who only sought to be amused. He disclaimed the ownership of the knife, but His Honor was of the opinion that the use he made of it gave him a claim to be considered such. Mary Evans, arrested for getting drunk, lying down on Baker street, and getting herself nearly frozen, was admonished of the impropriety of such a proceeding and allowed to go. Henry, slave of Turner Richardson, arrested for going at large and hiring himself out, contrary to law, was sent before the Hustings Court and bailed by his master. John Pleasants and Wm. J. Cash, free negroes, taken up by the watch for being without their registers, were discharged on producing the same. Isham, slave of G. A. Wallace, arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of being drunk, (having a tickler with him,) was discharged after an examination. Wm. E. Dillard and John Kellar, two soldiers, belongi
The City Council. --The regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held at 4 o'clock yesterday evening. Present; Messrs Saunders, Wynne, Denoon, Scott, Epps, Richardson, Heskins, Glaze brook, Stokes, Crutchfield, Griffla, Burr, and Grattan. The 4th section of the Ordinance concerning the grounds and buildings owned by the city was amended so as to make it the duty of the Superintendent to report to the Auditor of the city all contracts relating to the use of the buildings or land belonging to the city, by which rents or other duce shall become payable to the city. Two hundred and forty six dollars were donated to furnish the office of the Clerk of the 2d market. A report was made from Thomas H. Wynne, Chairman of the Committee on the City Hospital, stating that the committee had succeeded in obtaining from Surgeon General Moore three wards of the C. S. hospital at Howard's Grove, capable of accommodating ninety-seven patients, which had been opened for colore
or the Hustings Court and sent the defendant on to await trial on the second Monday in February next. Hustings Court.--At a quarterly Court of Hustings, held for the city of Richmond on Monday, January 12th, 1863--present; J. K. Caskie, Recorder; Richard D. Sausay, Senior Alderman; N. C. Lipscombe, Wm. Timberlake, and Geo. N. Gwathmey, Aldermen. James Halsey, charged with permitting his slaves, Priscilla Redd and Lucy, to go at large contrary to law, was fined $10 and costs. Turner Richardson was fined $10 and costs for miles offence. George Hendley and Edward Laville, charged with assaulting Thomas Hayes on the 15th of December last, and robbing him of $552, were examined and acquitted. Patrick O'Donnell and Patrick O'Nell, charged with assaulting John W. Barnett, and robbing him of a shawl valued at $50, on the 8th of December last, were sent up for trial before Judge Lyons. Michael Ketor and Robert Stewart, charged with stealing $141.80, belonging to John