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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Confiscation of Mason and Slidell's Real Estate as against English Purchasers (search)
e Attorney for the Commonwealth, a nolle prosequi was entered yesterday in each of the following cases, the defendants generally paying costs: George W. Walters, indicted for an assault; White and Riley, indicted for retailing ardent spirits without license; Clara Coleman, indicted for keeping a house of ill-fame; Cosamore Costiglioni, indicted for an assault; James Eddins, indicted for an assault. Dillon McCormack, indicted for a misdemeanor. This case was called, and a rule awarded against absent witnesses, returnable to-day. John A. Worsham, presented for permitting a faro bank to be kept and exhibited on his premises. The witnesses in this case failed to appear, and the usual steps were taken to compel their attendance to-day. Louisa Sutherland, indicted for stealing sundry articles of bed clothing from the Spotswood House, was tried and convicted. The Court sentenced her to six months imprisonment in jail. The Court meets again this morning at 11 o'clock.