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The Daily Dispatch: April 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The blockade running question at
Mayor's Court. --Mary Shay was committed for associating publicly with free negroes. Frank Downs was charged with having two bridles believed to have been stolen. Being an able bodied man he was sent to the Enrolling officer. James Kiham, charged with being an idle and dissolute character, was sent to the Enrolling officer. The case of Charles Riddle and Wm. Leber, charged with stealing two horses was continued. Margaret Winant and Henrietta Wilson were fined five dollars each, for selling in the market after market hours. The case of C. Brown, charged with giving theatrical exhibitions at Metropolitan Hall without a license, was continued.