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The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mayors Court, Saturday. --Charles Morgan and Lewis Smith were severally arraigned upon the charge of being drunk and lying in public places. Both were discharges.--William O. Callahan, for being drunk and interrupting persons on the streets, was committed to jail.--M. A. Chambers, who escaped from jail yesterday, was returned thither.--John Callahan, for assault and battery upon Daniel Collius, was sent to jail.--John T. Smith and Charles Riddell were brought up on the serious charge of feloniously stealing a horse and buggy of the value of $150, belonging to Davis & Hutcheson. The property was, when stolen, in the possession of John H. Slater, who drove to Vauxhall's Island Friday evening about nine o'clock, and left the buggy standing near the door of a house into which he went and got supper. When he returned to look for it, it was missing. About 11o'clock the same evening, he found it in the possession of the defendants and a third person, which last escaped. The case w
The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], A French correspondent's view of the war in America. (search)
case till this morning. So also he did the case of Charles Thurston, charged with assault and battery upon Peter Dickinson. So also the case of Ellen Kennedy and Miss Long, charged with assaulting and beating Mary Donahoe. The case of Charles Riddell and John T. Smith, accused of stealing a horse and buggy belonging to Davis & Hutchison, came up again. Riddell proved that he got into the buggy some time after it was stolen, and was accordingly discharged, His Honor, however, first givinRiddell proved that he got into the buggy some time after it was stolen, and was accordingly discharged, His Honor, however, first giving him some good advice. John T. Smith was remanded to jail, to be forthcoming on the 17th instant, when a called session of the Hustings Court will be held for the examination of Smith on the charge of felony, and the witnesses were recognized in $300 each to appear before the said court at the same time. The case of Julia Washman, charged with selling ardent spirits to a slave without the permission of his owner, was dismissed; but her bar-keeper was recognized to appear before the Husti