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The Daily Dispatch: July 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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August next.--Wm. Amy, the individual arrested for trespassing upon the premises of S. D. Foye, and offering personal violence to Miss Beazley, was discharged from custody in consequence of the absence of witnesses.--Dan'l Cavenaugh, charged on the book with being a common drunkard and violently assaulting his infant children, Margaret and Catherine, was required to give security in the sum of $150 to keep the peace. Benjamin F. Miller was acquitted of a charge of assaulting Robert S. Bosher.--Mollie Wallace and Minnie Tray foot, while taking exercise on horseback, came to the conclusion that Seventh street was not wide enough for an equestrienne splurge, and so they encroached upon the sidewalk; the consequence of which was an arrest and a fine of $10.--Two lads, named Barnes and Scott, were fined for throwing stones in the street.--Robert, slave of B. Catogul, was brought up for a violation of the ordinance concerning huckstering, and a lot of butter in his possession confiscated.