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Accident --On Wednesday night Mr. Wm. J Jenkins one of the Mayor's police, was injured by the fall of a horse which he was riding. The was the property of Lt Edward Moore, and Ead Just been taken from the stable of Granville Montelle as one which it was supposed had been stolen.--Jenkins was riding at a moderate pace, when all of a sudden the horse reared up and fell to the ground, catching his right leg under his side, thereby bruising and spraining it severely.
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Federal Excursion into Florida. (search)
Mayor's Court. --The following cases were before the Mayor yesterday morning: Enoch Pelton, a member of the 11th Virginia cavalry, was charged with stealing a horse from Camp Lee, which had been sent there by Lieut. Edward Moore, of the 5th South Carolina cavalry. Officer Jenkins found the animal in Granville Montelle's stable, on Wednesday night where it had been deposited by Pelton. The accused, who was arrested in the kitchen on the same premises, admitted that the horse had been brought to Montelle's by him, but denied that he was the property of Moore. Two witnesses, however, positively identified the animal as that gentleman's property, whereupon the Mayor sent the prisoner on for further examination before the Hustings Court. Investigation of the charge against Joshua Owens, of stealing a gold watch and chain, worth $3,000, from Capt. William Clarkson, was postponed till Tuesday next. Owena worked himself into the good graces of Capt, Clarkson a few nights s