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The Daily Dispatch: March 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ut-throats, pick-pockets, et id emne genus, are at a discount, owing to the presence of the Provost Marshal's guard, whose persuasive influences are backed up by the presence of glistening bayonets. "Discharged," was marked at the end of every one of the following entries on the Mayor's book yesterday: Mrs. Ann M. Dixton, threatening to cut with an axe Mary Campbell, wife of Michael Campbell. Frederick Smith, employing a wagon on the streets of the city without a license. Thomas Ducke, allowing his two sons, Charles and Richard, to throw stones in the street. J. R. Blankinship, permitting his son, Thomas, to throw stones in the street. Reuben West, permitting his son, John, to throw stones in the street. Mrs. Chas. Green, permitting her son, William, to throw stones in the street. Mrs. Chas. Green, permitting her son, William, to throw stones in the street. Catherine Williams, assaulting and throwing dirty water in the face of Henrietta Miles.
The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], The opinion of the Northern press on Lincoln's proclamation. (search)
ter. Cora Morris, charged with getting drunk and abusing Joseph H. Boxley in an obscene manner, on Monday, was ordered to be committed; but Henry Parkhurst going her ball in $100, she was released from custody. Wm. S. Conley, Charged with cutting, stabbing and wounding Mary J. McMinn, on 2d street, was committed for examination on the 22d inst. Fines of $2 each were imposed on Messrs. John H. Greanor, M. G. Whitman, James Tyrer, Christian Kinsey, and Mrs. Susan Tyrer and Catherine Williams, for their children throwing rocks in the street. Sarah, slave of Wm. W. Minor, was ordered to be whipped for using obscene and violent language to Joanna Shehan. Owen Riley and Elias Vanderlip, a citizen of Richmond, were required to answer the charge of garroting Lindsay Smith, a soldier, on Saturday night, on Grace street, and robbing him of $107. The soldier, as previously stated, testified positively as to the identity of the men who robbed him; but some half a dozen wit