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The Daily Dispatch: July 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], The
Northern Congress.--the Pan-Handle traitors Assume to represent Virginia! (search)
The Daily Dispatch: July 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], A touching incident. (search)
Mayor's Court, Monday,July 22. --George Webster, from Maryland, wandering about the streets — no place to stay --committed.--Edward, slave of H. B. Holmes, committed for going at large.-- Isaac Cooper, Henrico darkey, living in the city without a register — set to work.-- Ezekiel Ruffin, no papers — set to work.--Charles Freeman, no papers and drunk-- committed.--Sarah A. J se, white, associating with Billy, a slave --committed. William Guy, committed to 23d for shooting and wounding Wm. Myers.--Henry Bowen, assaulting Richard P. Mundin — acquitted.--Michael McCrony, acquitted of an alleged assault on Mrs. Mary Ann Sexton, on 20th street.--Benjamin Bolton, bailed to appear on the 26th for assaulting and beating Adam W
Sent to Jail --A number of parties were sent to jail yesterday for failing to find security for their good behavior — among them. Mike and Catharine Needham, for keeping a disorderly house; Mary Ann Sexton, for breach of the peace, on the complaint of Wm. Shanks; Joseph Hottsbrock, for drunkenness and interfering with the watch; John Lima, drunk and disorderly in the street; Pat Barrett was required to give security to keep the peace for assaulting Mary Downs, and committed to answer an indictment by the Grand Jury, as was also John Sullivan for chasing Mary Lavender through the streets with a large stick of timber. Sullivan had attempted some familiarities with Lavender, which she had repulsed. When arrested he was in pursuit of her. He was committed for presentment.