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The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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that she (witness) took it away from him. The parties reside near the Basin. The Mayor.--Was there no man present? Witness.--No man, except his wife ! Watchman Burgess testified that he was called to the house and found the woman bleeding. Arrested Kinney. Had been sent for to suppress a difficulty at the same place previously, when Bridget McMann was very drunk and quite turbulent. After some further investigation, the Mayor required Kinney to give security in the sum of $100 to keep the peace. John Williams and John Harper, charged with stealing a lot of clothing from a soldier named Richard A. Cox, at the Columbian Hotel. These parties had been once sent on for grand larceny, but in consequence of some informality were returned to the Mayor, who yesterday again remanded them for examination. John Q. Vaughan, charged with assaulting Francis Vaughan. This case was continued 23d inst. eral other cases of a trivial character were disposed of.