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The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, Oct, 25th. --Nine citizens were summoned before the Mayor to show cause why they should not be fined because their sons had indulged in the dangerous but fascinating amusement of throwing stones in the street; near Mr. R. Martin's school-house, Shockoe Hill. Mr. James H. Poindexter was fined $2 and Mr. John Purcell $1. The parents of three lads, named Philip Shay, James Jones and Edward Flournoy, were each fined $1 for a similar indulgence in the vicinity of 19th and Cary streets, a locality, officer Adams testified, much infested by rock-throwing urchins. The Mayor told the officer to bring every lad before him that he found indulging in the prohibited amusement. Mrs. Ann Dobson, who was committed a few days since to answer the charge of perjury before the Grand Jury, was allowed to give ball in the gum of $200 for her appearance. James Smith, the alleged proprietor of the "Ok" Saloon, located in the brick tenement near