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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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e city jail and to be employed in the chain gang. On another charge against the same party for assaulting and beating Henry C. Hazelgrove in a gaming room on 13th street, he was found guilty and fined $10. The Court sentenced him to three months imprisonment in jail. The Grand Jury met and found true bills against the following persons: Richard Turner, for assaulting and beating J. W. Satterwhite. C. W. Sims, R. W. Brown, and John. H. King. for resisting the police in the discharge of his duty. Miles Cary, beating James Bennett. John Barton, Patrick O'Brian, Thomas H. Wilkinson, George W. Elam, and Robert Burch, now confined in the city jail, for violently assaulting and beating two other jail birds, James Armsley and Thomas O'Neal. Edwin. Nyer, receiving a pair of boots stolen from John W. Sherrard. William Bethel, assaulting and beating Michael Sheay. The Grand Jury will meet to day at 11 o'clock, at which time all witnesses should, be present.
east a portion of them, have appointed themselves tax layers and gatherers on all new comers, and those who refuse to comply with their demands are sometimes handled in the roughest manner. Yesterday morning a paroled Yankee prisoner, called Thomas O'Neal, who was incarcerated some, few days since for being drunk and disorderly in the street, appeared before the Mayor and testified that he had been equally beaten by other jail birds for refusing to pay five dollars as an entrance fee to their as an entrance fee to their select circle. O'Neal had his forehead bound up to conceal the wounds inflicted by his persecutors, but his blackened eyes, swollen cheeks, and scores of outs and contusions inflicted with an old razor, showed that he had been badly used. He stated that when he was committed he had but $18, and this amount be desired to preserve to pay his lodgings with when he should be released. --The Mayor sent him to the Grand Jury to make his complaint against his tormentors.