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The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight at Southwest mountain further particulars. (search)
esult by giving the boy a dangerous wound in the hip. The evidence presenting a clear case of moral depravity on the part of the prisoner, and a want of sufficient knowledge of meum et tuum, he was sent to jail to be examined before the Hustings Court for felony. --James Brown, in a fit of abstraction, took possession of J. M. Bowlin's wagon, and the latter, as soon as he was in the enjoyment of a "realizing sense" of what had transpired, caused the officers to seek out Brown. The latter offering no clear and satisfactory excuse for his eccentric conduct, was deemed a fit subject for examination before the Aldermen's Court of Hustings. The value of the wagon was set down at $65.--Charles, slave of R. J. Jones. Edward Scott, and Fleming Mitchell, free, were each ordered a little of what "Paddy gave the drum" for stealing fruit from the garden of Roger Martin. --Marletta Donegro. John Evans, Jose Marle, B. Baccine, Smith Wallett, and Levi Benedict, were each fined for huckstering.