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The Daily Dispatch: January 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Fighting a Woman. --James Waters, forgetting his gallantry, assaulted and beat Catharine Wood, for which she had him at the Mayor's Court yesterday, where he was held to security to keep the peace.
laim alleged. The forgeries were detected on Monday, by Mr. John S. Rady, Chief Clerk in the Treasurer's office, upon whom devolved the duty of examining the returned checks. The following witnesses testified in the case: Messrs. J. S. Calvert, John S. Rady, and E. L. Calvert, of the Treasury Department; and Messrs. J. M. Bennett, Auditor, Henry Neeson, A. W. Dunnavant, and Joseph J. White. The case was continued until Friday, on account of the absence of important witnesses. Catharine Wood was brought up for constituting herself a nuisance to the neighborhood in which she lived, and also for assaulting Bridget George. The latter exhibited half a brick in support of the fact. Committed for want of security. Richard, slave of Jos. Hierholzer, was ordered thirty lashes for running away from his master. --Mr. R. W. Oliver's clerk had given the man a pass after hiring him as a free man, which the Mayor told Mr. Oliver was a findable offence. Sylvester Flood was char