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The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], The latest from the
The Daily Dispatch: February 13, 1865., [Electronic resource], What will they do with us? (search)
Arrests. --The following arrests were made by the police yesterday: Thomas Field, (negro,) for stealing iron from the ruins of the old Columbian Hotel, on Cary street. George W. Duncan, for fighting in the market with James Wilkinson, and James Wilkinson for retaliating upon George W. Duncan. James Carshin, for assaulting and knocking down a citizen; Colin Lee, (negro,) for throwing a piece of iron and striking a little girl. Mary Jane Coleman and Mary Sykes, (negroes,) for disorderly conduct and making a disturbance in the streets; and R. Thompson, of Hanover, for uproarious conduct in public while under the influence of liquor. The following arrests were registered at the upper station-house: James Washington, (negro,) for stealing iron from J. A. Belvin, and Anderson Edwards, for fighting on Broad street, near the Fredericksburg depot, with a negro named D. Green.
The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource],
Provost Judge's Court. (search)
Provost Judge's Court. --Judge McEntee's attention was directed to the following cases yesterday: John Van Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William W
The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1865., [Electronic resource], Resisting an officer. (search)
Resisting an officer. --A negro by the name of James Washington was taken into custody by policeman Harper, charged with resisting an officer in discharge of his duty and threatening violence.
The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1865., [Electronic resource],
French industrial Exhibition. (search)