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The Daily Dispatch: November 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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was required to give security both forther good behavior and to appear and answer and indictment by the Grand Jury. Anthony Bradley was charged by E. Grouch, with unauthorizedly appropriating to his own use several pieces of lumber belonging to complainant.--Bradley was sent on for trial before the Hustings Court on the charge of petit larceny. John Mclntyre, charge with stealing three cabbages from John Wood, was let off after an admonition on the enornity of his offence. Andrew Taylor was fined for driving his muleand cart across the sidewalk of the Second Maket on Saturday, and creating a nuisance. Anthony and Catherine Baker charged with an assault on Mary Leary were let off after promising to stop their wrangling with Mrs. Leary, which, it appeared, was about the possession of certain premises which neither party had a very clear right to. John Kelley and James Gannon appeated to answer the charge of robuing A. H. Franklin of $200, a silver watch, his co
Wanted --To hire two colored Women as nurses, for whom good wages will be paid. Apply, immediately, at General Hospital No. 19, corner 24th and Franklin sts., Taylor's factory. no 4--3t*
British papers. --A young man, called Andrew Taylor, alias Sim, alias Charles Morgan, was arrested by officer Kelly and brought before the Mayor yesterday, to answer the charge of being a deserter from the gunboat Raleigh. The prisoner had British protection papers, but admitted that he had been on the Raleigh, and had left without permission. He was handed over to the Naval authorities for a further hearing.