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Hustings Court. --George Hoppell was tried before Judge Lyons in the Hustings Court yesterday on the charge of being engaged in garroting and robbing Isaac Jacobs in the city jail. Sundry other parties engaged in the same transaction had already been sent to the Penitentiary, and Hoppell himself had been sent up for garroting Lieneman Farrell, a soldier in the jail. The jury, after hearing the evidence of Jacobs and others, returned a verdict of guilty and accessed his term of confinement at three years in the Penitentiary. Sentence was immediately pronounced on the accused. John H. Brown was next tried for breaking into a room occupied by John H. Scribner and stealing $180 worth of clothing. The robbery was accomplished with the aid of Geo. Hoppeli, who, after being put in the jail, engaged in several enterprises which insured him a several years' adjourn in the Penitentiary. Though jointly indicted with Brown, the prosecution against Hoppell for the abduction of Scri
The Daily Dispatch: March 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], The opening of the session of the French Corps Legislatif. (search)
The Grand Master then requested all to be seated and the Emperor, rising, delivered his address in a very clear and distinct voice. All of the gentlemen were in uniform, and the ladies were in full dress visiting toilette, and the general effect was most imposing. The Emperor wore a General's uniform, the Princes also being in military costume. The Empress's dress was almost entirely covered with a magnificent bournous of gold tissue, (a recent gift from a distinguished manufacturer of Lyons) with a wavy fringe of glittering gold thread, and hemmed with three heavy gold tassels at the back. Her hat was of while crape, with white feathers. The Princess Clothilde wore a blue sating dress, of the color which is called here blue Mexico, (a mere suspicion lighter than what has been called Marie Louise,) with an Indian shawl with very large design upon it, her hat being also of white crape, with blue feathers the same shade as the dress. The Princess Mathilde's dress was of pur