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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], From
Sundries. --The Recorder, on Saturday, adjudicated the following cases: Michael O'Connor, charged with misdemeanor, was delivered to the commanding officer of a military corps from whom he had taken French leave.--Jno. McMahon, arrested on the complaint of his wife, for drubbing her, was discharged at her request.--Owen Riley. arrested for threatening to cut asunder Patrick Haley's respiratory organ, was let off, Haley not appearing. Sarah Stovens, for living in the city with Fredericksburg papers, and laying unlawful hands on a silver watch belonging to Smith, slave of John Moody, committed until the 15th inst.--Bridget Carigan, committed, failing to give $50 security, for trespassing on Isaac Solomon.