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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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gs Court. --Yesterday the Hustings Court of Magistrates disposed of the following business: Amanda, slave of Samuel Overton, charged with poisoning the children of Thomas G. Clarke and Lewis T. Maule, deceased, was discharged. Bathurst M. Davis, who was charged with stealing a watch from Daniel E. Gardner, was honorably discharged, there being no evidence to warrant any further prosecution of the charge. The high character of young Davis, and the position of his relatives in the Davis, and the position of his relatives in the community, had invested the case with considerable interest, and his friends are gratified at this speedy and complete refutation of the serious charge made against him. Catherine Collins, charged with receiving sundry articles of Government wearing apparel, knowing them to have been stolen, was found not guilty and discharged. In a second case against the same, a rule was awarded against certain absent witnesses, made returnable to-day. In the case of H. S. Arnold, indicted for larc