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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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her in compliance with her request. Witnesses were called, who testified that the plaintiff had recently been very abusive towards the accused, and that a day or two since she armed herself with a pistol and proceeded to his room, with the intention, as they supposed, of shooting him.--At the conclusion of this testimony the Mayor discharged Klinck, and deeming the ring his property turned it over to him. Mrs Mary Debell, charged with using threatening and abusive language towards Isabella Straunb, throwing some of her furniture into the yard, and spitting in her face, was required to give security in the sum of $300 for her future good behavior. Mrs Dehell was excessively belligerent when officers Jenkins and Davis went to serve the warrant for her arrest. She put at the former with a broomstick and act her dog on the latter, which for awhile made the contest a very warm one; but finally assistance came to the relief of the police and she was borne off in triumph to the upper