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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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er F. Webster, another boarder, one pair of boots and two cloth coats valued at $200. The witnesses for the Commonwealth being called and falling to respond, the case was continued until the next term. Rules were awarded against Wm. A Wright and others, who had failed to appear and testify. Mayor's Court, Friday, Dec.12.--An examination of the change against J. D. Stewart and D R Goldsworth, for fighting in the 1st Market-House, was continued until Monday. James Mitchell arrested for participating in the fight, was discharged, the evidence not tending to criminate him. Wm. Jones, a soldier arrested by officer Crone on a warrant charging him with the larceny of a pair of socks belonging to Susan Fades and of the value of one dollar, was sent to the Provost Marshal for trial. Pat Holland for an assault on Jane Holland, his wife, was required to give $200 surety to keep the peace. Michael Ryan was required to give $100 to do likewise on the complaint of Mary Riley.