Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 1862., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Winston or search for Winston in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:

d to be fined for an offence that he did not do himself. The case of Thomas Groghan, for selling ardent spirits in a tenement in Hughes's row without license, was continued to the 28th, and Groghan committed to jail in default of bail. Winston, slave of John Thacker, Jr., and James H. Byrd, a free negro, arrested Friday night for variegating the performances at Metropolitan Hall by a free fight in the gallery, were arraigned, and it appearing that Winston initiated the disturbance, heWinston initiated the disturbance, he was ordered to be whipped. James Hogan, charged with aiding a man to escape from Hughes's row who had robbed Abner Dorliff of $75, was sent to jail until next Tuesday for examination. Hogan practiced the old game of commencing a fight when the robbery was announced and the thief had been seized by Dorliff. Tom, slave of John Reynolds, and Henry, slave of Eliza Jones, were both committed for going at large. John Carty, arrested by the police Friday evening as a deserter and susp