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The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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. Traylor — proved his innocence, but recognized as a witness against another party, who was sent on to the Hustings Court. Lewis Lawson, charged with assaulting and beating Sarah Schwartz — charge withdrawn by the payment of costs. Daniel Stewart, charged with unlawfully breaking the lock and entering the house of Mary Roach in the daytime — accusation unsustained and Stewart discharged. L. H. Luck, obstructing the sidewalk in Main street in conducting an auction sale — fined teninnocence, but recognized as a witness against another party, who was sent on to the Hustings Court. Lewis Lawson, charged with assaulting and beating Sarah Schwartz — charge withdrawn by the payment of costs. Daniel Stewart, charged with unlawfully breaking the lock and entering the house of Mary Roach in the daytime — accusation unsustained and Stewart discharged. L. H. Luck, obstructing the sidewalk in Main street in conducting an auction sale — fined ten dollars