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Patrick Keenan (search for this): article 10
ton, on 17th street, between Broad and Marshall, the police brought up, besides the proprietor, John Quinn, Jos Knight, John Dresden, Jeff. Flannagan, Wm. Gordon, Francis McMahon, Rowland Corbin, Wm. Jones, Wm. Conway, Wm. Wathins, Wm. Riley, John McDonald, and Dennis O'Brien; and from the house of Jas. J. Cox, 9th street, below Main, (a few days since) John H Baldwin, William Conley, George Johnson, William Farrar, John Anderson, Simon Licbick. Robert Thompson, John Kelley, James Murdy, Pat. Keenan, George Dote, and William Breetlan.--None of the parties are citizens of Richmond, but came from different points of the Confederacy, either in the possession of the enemy, or threatened by him. All had three of those arrested at Sexton's showed that they were either employed, and obtained visible means of support in that way, or were discharged soldiers, waiting like Wilkins Macawher, for "something to turn up." Those who could give no satisfactory account of themselves were committed fo
John Kelley (search for this): article 10
g into John Clash's carriage and taking his negroes coat on leaving the same, were commented in default of security to appear before the Hustings Court and answer the charge of misdemeanor. James Johnson McCaba, implicated in the killing of Kelley and Downes, was called up and had his case continued until Tuesday next, on which day the Mayor said he would discharge or commit the prisoner. Johnson was formerly a U. S. soldier, but left and joined the Confederate army. He declares his innoathins, Wm. Riley, John McDonald, and Dennis O'Brien; and from the house of Jas. J. Cox, 9th street, below Main, (a few days since) John H Baldwin, William Conley, George Johnson, William Farrar, John Anderson, Simon Licbick. Robert Thompson, John Kelley, James Murdy, Pat. Keenan, George Dote, and William Breetlan.--None of the parties are citizens of Richmond, but came from different points of the Confederacy, either in the possession of the enemy, or threatened by him. All had three of those
iana regiment, arrested for obtruding himself in the private office of J. P. Ballard, of the Exchange Hotel, and resisting the watchmen, was detained to be reported to Gen. Winder. Dennis O'Brien and John McDonald, arrested for getting into John Clash's carriage and taking his negroes coat on leaving the same, were commented in default of security to appear before the Hustings Court and answer the charge of misdemeanor. James Johnson McCaba, implicated in the killing of Kelley and Downes, was called up and had his case continued until Tuesday next, on which day the Mayor said he would discharge or commit the prisoner. Johnson was formerly a U. S. soldier, but left and joined the Confederate army. He declares his innocence in of any compi ty in the transaction for which he has been arrested. Alice Rawkins, Maria Gary, Elizabeth Valentine, and Abigale Mitchell, the women arrested a few nights since in a house, rear of the Varsities, were called up and examined, and the
Alice Rawkins (search for this): article 10
nted in default of security to appear before the Hustings Court and answer the charge of misdemeanor. James Johnson McCaba, implicated in the killing of Kelley and Downes, was called up and had his case continued until Tuesday next, on which day the Mayor said he would discharge or commit the prisoner. Johnson was formerly a U. S. soldier, but left and joined the Confederate army. He declares his innocence in of any compi ty in the transaction for which he has been arrested. Alice Rawkins, Maria Gary, Elizabeth Valentine, and Abigale Mitchell, the women arrested a few nights since in a house, rear of the Varsities, were called up and examined, and the three last named sent to jail in default of haft for their good behavior. Alice Hawkins, who has an infant a few months old to take care of, was let off by the Mayor on that account, though he enjoined on Hawkins the necessity of leaving her present place of residence, if she wished in future to avoid molestation. A nu
John Robinson (search for this): article 10
e the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the second Monday in November. Wm Conaway, arrested at a house of had repute in Exchange Alley, was sent to jail for further examination, on the charge of stealing Peter Born's horse. Margaret Parvo was rent to jail to await an indictment before the Grand Jury, for initiating a fight with Pocahontas Kiper, on Main street, Sunday last; and the latter gave ball for her future good behavior, and to appear as a witness against her antagonist. John Robinson, a member of the 5th Louisiana regiment, arrested for obtruding himself in the private office of J. P. Ballard, of the Exchange Hotel, and resisting the watchmen, was detained to be reported to Gen. Winder. Dennis O'Brien and John McDonald, arrested for getting into John Clash's carriage and taking his negroes coat on leaving the same, were commented in default of security to appear before the Hustings Court and answer the charge of misdemeanor. James Johnson McCaba, implicate
Abigale Mitchell (search for this): article 10
ings Court and answer the charge of misdemeanor. James Johnson McCaba, implicated in the killing of Kelley and Downes, was called up and had his case continued until Tuesday next, on which day the Mayor said he would discharge or commit the prisoner. Johnson was formerly a U. S. soldier, but left and joined the Confederate army. He declares his innocence in of any compi ty in the transaction for which he has been arrested. Alice Rawkins, Maria Gary, Elizabeth Valentine, and Abigale Mitchell, the women arrested a few nights since in a house, rear of the Varsities, were called up and examined, and the three last named sent to jail in default of haft for their good behavior. Alice Hawkins, who has an infant a few months old to take care of, was let off by the Mayor on that account, though he enjoined on Hawkins the necessity of leaving her present place of residence, if she wished in future to avoid molestation. A number of men appeared to answer the charge of being per
Alice Hawkins (search for this): article 10
s, Maria Gary, Elizabeth Valentine, and Abigale Mitchell, the women arrested a few nights since in a house, rear of the Varsities, were called up and examined, and the three last named sent to jail in default of haft for their good behavior. Alice Hawkins, who has an infant a few months old to take care of, was let off by the Mayor on that account, though he enjoined on Hawkins the necessity of leaving her present place of residence, if she wished in future to avoid molestation. A number Hawkins the necessity of leaving her present place of residence, if she wished in future to avoid molestation. A number of men appeared to answer the charge of being persons of evil name, fame, and character, and suspicious persons having no visible means of supports. From the boarding house of James Sexton, on 17th street, between Broad and Marshall, the police brought up, besides the proprietor, John Quinn, Jos Knight, John Dresden, Jeff. Flannagan, Wm. Gordon, Francis McMahon, Rowland Corbin, Wm. Jones, Wm. Conway, Wm. Wathins, Wm. Riley, John McDonald, and Dennis O'Brien; and from the house of Jas. J. Cox,
Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, Thursday, October 3d, 1862--Henry W Lee was brought up for obtruding himself, on Wednesday night, into the private promises of John E. Humphreys, and abusing the watchmen who bought to remove him. Mail was required of him to appear before the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the second Monday in November. Wm Conaway, arrested at a house of had repute in Exchange Alley, was sent to jail for further examination, on the charge of stealing Peter Born's horse. Margaret Parvo was rent to jail to await an indictment before the Grand Jury, for initiating a fight with Pocahontas Kiper, on Main street, Sunday last; and the latter gave ball for her future good behavior, and to appear as a witness against her antagonist. John Robinson, a member of the 5th Louisiana regiment, arrested for obtruding himself in the private office of J. P. Ballard, of the Exchange Hotel, and resisting the watchmen, was detained to be reported to Gen. Winder.
Pocahontas Kiper (search for this): article 10
Wednesday night, into the private promises of John E. Humphreys, and abusing the watchmen who bought to remove him. Mail was required of him to appear before the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the second Monday in November. Wm Conaway, arrested at a house of had repute in Exchange Alley, was sent to jail for further examination, on the charge of stealing Peter Born's horse. Margaret Parvo was rent to jail to await an indictment before the Grand Jury, for initiating a fight with Pocahontas Kiper, on Main street, Sunday last; and the latter gave ball for her future good behavior, and to appear as a witness against her antagonist. John Robinson, a member of the 5th Louisiana regiment, arrested for obtruding himself in the private office of J. P. Ballard, of the Exchange Hotel, and resisting the watchmen, was detained to be reported to Gen. Winder. Dennis O'Brien and John McDonald, arrested for getting into John Clash's carriage and taking his negroes coat on leaving the
William Breetlan (search for this): article 10
ad and Marshall, the police brought up, besides the proprietor, John Quinn, Jos Knight, John Dresden, Jeff. Flannagan, Wm. Gordon, Francis McMahon, Rowland Corbin, Wm. Jones, Wm. Conway, Wm. Wathins, Wm. Riley, John McDonald, and Dennis O'Brien; and from the house of Jas. J. Cox, 9th street, below Main, (a few days since) John H Baldwin, William Conley, George Johnson, William Farrar, John Anderson, Simon Licbick. Robert Thompson, John Kelley, James Murdy, Pat. Keenan, George Dote, and William Breetlan.--None of the parties are citizens of Richmond, but came from different points of the Confederacy, either in the possession of the enemy, or threatened by him. All had three of those arrested at Sexton's showed that they were either employed, and obtained visible means of support in that way, or were discharged soldiers, waiting like Wilkins Macawher, for "something to turn up." Those who could give no satisfactory account of themselves were committed for want of ball. Most of Cox's bo
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