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John Freeman (search for this): article 14
Police Court, Saturday. --Harriet Conundrum complained against John Freeman and Ann Childress, all paupers, the first "for aligning her around" promiscuously, and the latter for refusing her dreadfully. The evidence proved that she was as bad as those whom she complained against, and the case was therefore dismissed, with a general admonition to all parties concerned — James Hays, a marine brought up for being drunk and noisy, was sent before the Provost Marshal.
Ann Childress (search for this): article 14
Police Court, Saturday. --Harriet Conundrum complained against John Freeman and Ann Childress, all paupers, the first "for aligning her around" promiscuously, and the latter for refusing her dreadfully. The evidence proved that she was as bad as those whom she complained against, and the case was therefore dismissed, with a general admonition to all parties concerned — James Hays, a marine brought up for being drunk and noisy, was sent before the Provost Marshal.
James Hays (search for this): article 14
Police Court, Saturday. --Harriet Conundrum complained against John Freeman and Ann Childress, all paupers, the first "for aligning her around" promiscuously, and the latter for refusing her dreadfully. The evidence proved that she was as bad as those whom she complained against, and the case was therefore dismissed, with a general admonition to all parties concerned — James Hays, a marine brought up for being drunk and noisy, was sent before the Provost Marshal.