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The Daily Dispatch: May 5, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Danger of a cannonade. (search)
Mayor's Court. --Three hours were consumed yesterday morning in hearing the following cases: John and Mary Green, while, were charged with receiving stolen iron, the property of the Confederate States. A large number of witnesses were examined, whose evidence was sufficiently strong to determine His Honor to send the parties on to the Hustings Court for further investigation. Thos Hatcher was sent on the Hustings Court on the charge of stealing a lot of steel from the carbine factory of the Confederate States. A witness testified that Hatcher had acknowledged taking the steel, but that he had been driven to it from necessity. Wm. Kenny, Pleasant Jones, and Charles Jones were charged with stealing four hundred and thirty pounds of bacon from a freight car at the Central Depot on Saturday night. The car was broken into while in motion and the bacon thrown out. After a tedious examination, during which a house full of sable witnesses were permitted to expatiate for