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upon his recognizance was declared forfeited, and the case continued.--Dennis Nealagan, one of the guards of Confederate property, was committed to jail for getting drunk, and lying down to repose on the sidewalk with a loaded musket by his side.--Margaret Baker, a free colored woman, from Chesterfield, was ordered ten lashes for remaining in the city contrary to law.--John L. Ward, a soldier, arrested for assaulting a comrade in the Virginia Hospital, was dismissed with an admonition.--James Lynch, charged with assaulting Julia Cronin last Saturday night, appeared before the Mayor yesterday, and, after an unsuccessful effort to prove a practical application of Lynch law, was set at liberty. There was some testimony about scandalous language, a hatchet, a brass candlestick, and some stolen "today," which the reporter did not definitely comprehend. Mrs. Cronin was afterwards required to give security for her future good behavior, she having threatened to take the life of Mary Lynch.
ry worst use to which you can put a man is to hang him;" but that was said before the day of these army vultures, that have no more conscience than the Neapolitan beggars, who hold out one hand to receive your aims and rifle your pockets with the other. There are several store and sutler shops that are well patronize, which should be abated as nuisances, and I am glad to hear that attention is being drawn to them. If there is any crime that deserves being brought before the tribunal of "Judge Lynch," it is the crime of imposition upon soldiers. A few days since, a man was arrested here for buying honey at ten cents per pound and selling it in the camps for forty cents. There are many such cases that ought to be reported; and, if some one would take the trouble, the dishonest speculators would meet their deserts. As I write, one company of the Washington Artillery, under Lieut. Garnett, is returning from target practice. The appearance of any of this fine corps in our streets