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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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the fact had been proven that Ferguson was assaulted in his own house, and held Fletcher to bail in the sum of three hundred and fifty dollars to appear before the Hustings Court in February next to answer an indictment for misdemeanor. Mary Campbell, charged with drunkenness. No witnesses appearing, the case was laid over. Thomas Dobson, a wild-looking youth of fifteen years, was charged with being drunk and assaulting J. J. King. Mr, King testified, that on the previous day he wade such a disturbance that he was again placed under arrest. No witnesses appeared against him, and he was discharged on his solemn promise to leave the city at once. After he had left the court-room the Mayor was made aware of his antecedents, when he said that, had he known these facts in time, he would have sent him to jail. Mary Campbell, an old woman, charged will drunkenness, was discharged from custody on condition that she would leave the city for Philadelphia, whence she came.