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The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Standing armies and navies of the world (search)
Seating law. --We had always thought that a man could get as much law, if not justice, in this world, as might suffice for his reasonable wants, without running in danger from the article handled. Yesterday, however, Alderman Sanxay sat in judgment on a person calling himself William Denley, who was accused of entering the temple of justice at the City Hall and surreptitiously possessing himself of "a Guide to Magistrates,"which was evidently no guide to Denley, who was seen leaving the ilding with the property on his person, by Jos. Mayo, Mayor, &c., the lawful owner of the book in question, and, of course, nabbed. It is as well for Denley and all others to know that it does not comport with a due regard to the existing order of things that they should obtain law from the Mayor's Court other than through the regularly appointed channels. To impress this fact on the offender, and through him on others, Alderman Sanxay remanded the offender for indictment by the Grand Jury.