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The Daily Dispatch: April 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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lly fresh and anxious to make addresses and give enlightenment wherever he can. The next place he will visit will probably be Norfolk. A serious cutting affray occurred yesterday at the Central Hotel, on Union St., between John Maddera and Lee Tucker, in which the latter was severely wounded in the left arm. Both parties were drunk, and quarreled over a game of bagatelle. The Mayor continued the case, until Tucker is able to appear in Court. J. B. Lunt was also before the Mayor today,Tucker is able to appear in Court. J. B. Lunt was also before the Mayor today, for keeping a faro establishment. In the absence of important witnesses, his case was also continued. Many cases of minor importance were also up for examination to-day, the details of which would not be interesting to your readers. A very mysterious circumstance occurred at City Point yesterday. While some fishermen were engaged in their calling, they drew to the surface of the water the body of a boy, apparently about, 12 years of age. The body was considerably decomposed, and they w