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The Daily Dispatch: July 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ow pending before Judge Lyons a charge of shooting, with intent to kill, a free negro woman named Susan Hill, for which he was under bonds in the sum of ten thousand dollars to answer the crime at the June term of the Court, which sum being forfeited by his non appearance, will have to be paid over to the Commonwealth by his sureties. In Peroe's yard, on the night of the arrest, there was standing a horse ready saddled, which Montelle claimed as his own, but which was doubtless stolen, as the brand of "C'S" was upon him. The bars of the fence facing the road were also down, which fact indicates that his tarry at that place would not have been very long. The Mayor determined yesterday morning not to go into an examination of the charge of horse stealing till the matter of shooting, existing against him in the Husting Court, was disposed of, and he was therefore delivered up to the custody of deputy sergeant E. S. Williams, who immediately handcuffed and conducted him to prison.