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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Stealing a shawl. --A negro woman, named Sophia Williams, is under arrest, charged with stealing a shawl from Catharine Smith.
palding, of Ohio; Higsby, Wright, of New Jersey. On Banking and Currency.--Messrs of New York, chairman; Har; Culver, of Pennsylvania, land, of Ohio; Harding, of Kentucky; Lynch, of Maine; Devrees, of Indiana; Randall, of Pennsylvania; Hubbard, of West Virginia. District of Columbia.--Ingersoll, of Illinois; Dumont, of Indiana; Davis, of New York; Baldwin, of Massachusetts; McCullough, of Maryland; Colt, of Missouri; Walker O. Mercer, of Pennsylvania; Sharkland, of Kentucky. On the Judiciary.--Messrs. Wilson, of Iowa, chairman; Boutrell, of Massachusetts; Francis Thomas, of Maryland; Williams, of Pennsylvania; Woodbridge, of Vermont; Morris, of New York; Rogers, of New Jersey; Lawrence, of Ohio, and Cook, of Illinois. The House refused to suspend the rules for the admission of a resolution giving Southern members the privilege of the floor pending the consideration of their claims to seats. After the transaction of much other business, the House adjourned.
Religious meetings in Fredericksburg. --The new Methodist minister, Joseph S. R. Clarke, has arrived, and preached on Sunday night. Rev. Mr. Williams, at the Baptist Church, is conducting a series of religious meetings. Rev. Dr. Burrows, of Richmond, preached last night.--Ledger.
Provost Court. --Brevet-Colonel McEntee Presiding.--James Knight and Lavinia Watson, colored, were arraigned yesterday on a charge of fighting, and sent to prison for three months. Tom Harris, a little darkey, charged with throwing rocks at Harrison Scott, negro, was released. Sophia Williams, negro, charged with stealing a shawl, was released. John Sullivan, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was sent to prison for ten days.