proceeds of sundry watches and "green backs" taken from the Yankees at the battle of South Mountain, on the 13th of August, and converted by him into Confederate currency.
He says that on Monday Laville took him by the throat, and that he and Hendley took all his money away.
He was recognized to appear as a witness against Hendley and Laville, who were remanded to the Hustings Court for further examination.
John Disney was charged with annoying and disturbing a nant of his named Marion Turpin.
The case was dismissed.
John F. Cavide was fined ten dollars for huckstering in the First Market in violation of the market ordinance.
William Rogers was charged with purloining clothing from James Brisford and Robert Carber.
All the parties were members of the City Battalion, and it being in proof that they were all drunk at the time of the alleged purloining, the named and witnesses were directed to go about their business.
James Ward, a marine, belonging to the gunbo