es; the first to answer for living with Mary Wolff in Jail Alley, not being married to her; the second for being father to several illegitimate children, and the third, for making a violent assault on said Mary Wolff.
The latter was lectured on the impropriety of her mode of living, and required to give ball to be of good behavior and keep the peace, which requisition she did not comply with.
B. F. Miller was required to give $200 security to be of good behavior, on the complaint of Mary Webster, a lady who spoke very broken English, but managed to make herself understood to the extent above mentioned.
Defendant plead intoxication, but the Mayor said that was no excuse.
Joseph Bazzell, a free negro without the necessary documents to show the fact, was committed for want of a register.
James J Cox, the keeper of a boarding-house on 9th street, between Cary and Main, was arrested and brought before the Mayor, charged with keeping a house of ill fame.
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