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The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1861., [Electronic resource],
County Court. (search)
County Court. --In the County Court of Henrico, yesterday, Jacob S. Tyler was tried for assaulting B. W. Gentry; found guilty, fined $50, and sent to jail for 30 days. Henry and Mary Ann White, for retailing ardent spirits in violation of law, confessed judgment for the costs, which they paid. The case of Dr. Gavinzel was continued.
The Daily Dispatch: January 31, 1865., [Electronic resource], Wonderful Minuteness. (search)
Committed to Castle Thunder. --Mrs. Mary Ann White, a young and interesting-looking white woman, has been committed to Castle Thunder on the charge of aiding and encouraging desertion from our army, and being connected with Spencer and Parry, the notorious blockade-runners, arrested by the military authorities some time since. Also, the following; M. A. Moss, member of company F, First Virginia reserves, charged with sleeping on his post; and Jesse Mills, an unknown Frenchman, under charges.