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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court--Yesterday the following case were before the Mayor: George Sanderson, drunk and disorderly in the street, was held to security for good behavior. Margaret Buckton, for disturbing a neighborhood, was discharged on condition that she would change her place of residence. John O'Malloy, an Irishman, was charged by John Walsh, a countryman of his, with stealing $290 from him. Walsh lent O'Malloy $23, and then both got very drunk, and when Walsh came to his senses his pocket-book was empty. The accused was sent on to be examined before the Hustings Court. J. H. King, charged with he larceny of a negro boy named Frank, belonging to S. Bradlee, of this city, was examined. It appeared from evidence that the negro was captured near Millford, Caroline county, by a young man named Cannel, in the act of escaping to the Yankees, early in August last. The place of capture was at that time within the enemy's lines, and the opinion
The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Bloody Leaf in the history of this War--ten lives for one. (search)
captain of the watch and wanting to take Crone to the cage. Verdict by the jury, guilty. Fined one dollar by the Court, who did not add any imprisonment on account of the defendant's proving a previous good character for sobriety, &c. George Sanderson was tried and found guilty by the jury, of obstructing James R. Crafton, city watchman, while discharging his duty as such.--Sanderson proved, by parties who knew him in Charleston, S. C., that he was not addicted to freaks of the kind, and Sanderson proved, by parties who knew him in Charleston, S. C., that he was not addicted to freaks of the kind, and consequently the Court fined him in a nominal amount, and let him go. Dritton Allen was arraigned and tried for stealing a shirt from A. S. Shafer & Co. The robbery was committed two months since. Verdict, guilty by the jury. In consideration of the fact that Allen was under sentence by Judge Lyons for another offence for nine months, the Court only put him in jail for ten days. The cases of Belle Jones and Josephine De Merritt, indicted for keeping disorderly and ill- governed hous
going over to the Republicans since the peace mission exploded. Lieutenant-Governor Andrews, of Ohio, played Hamlet in Cincinnati on Monday night, the receipts to be given to the soldiers' wives. Eleven State Legislatures have ratified the abolition constitutional amendment. Vice-President Andy Johnson will not be in Washington at the inauguration, as he desires to remain in Nashville until after the organization of the new civil government of the State of Tennessee. George Sanderson (Democrat) has been re-elected Mayor of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by a majority of two hundred and seventy-five. It is stated that, within the last eight months, over four hundred newspapers have come to an untimely end in consequence of the exorbitant price of paper. The celebrated chess-player, Paul Murphy, has settled in Illinois. His present avocation is the collection of claims in the United States and State courts. Mrs. Lincoln wore at her reception on Friday, a pur