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The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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Police Court. --Yesterday, William White, who represented himself as a free darkey, was ordered 15 lashes for having no register and engaging in the pleasant diversion of throwing watermelon rinds in the street — William Tilman, a soldier, arrested for helping himself to other people's melons in the 1st Market, was sent before Major Griswold. The same disposition was made of Wm. Ayer, charged with the same offence.--Aaron, slave of Mitchell Tompson, committed for having no pass and obstructing the streets near the Central depot, by selling fruits near there.--George Johnson was fined $10 for permitting a nuisance on his lot. --Hillyard Alley was fined $5 for obstructing the 2d Market.