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Robert Thompson (search for this): article 13
Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often alluded to was again called; but the witness in the case not being present, it was continued. The case against John Head, for an assault on Peter Beech, was heard and dismissed. Carter Tadlock, implicated in a robbery performed by another party on Wm. Rowe, was allowed to give bail in $1,000 to appear when wanted for
Elizabeth Keathing (search for this): article 13
m. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often alluded to was again called; but the witness in the case not being present, it was continued. The case against John Head, for an assault on Peter Beech, was heard and dismissed. Carter Tadlock, implicated in a robbery performed by another party on Wm. Rowe, was allowed to give bail in $1,000 to appear when wanted for examination.
John Robertson (search for this): article 13
Court Proceedings. Mayor's Court, Saturday, Jan. 3d. --Wm. Henry Ross and John Robertson, free negroes, were charged with assaulting and robbing Alfred, slave of George T. McGee. The complainant told several contradictory stories relatives to the manner in which he was robbed, but the Mayor said he could not take the responsibility of deciding on the value of his testimony further than to commit the accused for trial before the Hustings Court. Elizabeth Keating, arrested as a woman of evil fame, and for obtaining money under the name of McCoy, was examined. It appeared that she had been residing with a baker named McCoy, who died rather suddenly not long since, and that immediately on the happening of that event she had put in a claim for a small sum of money deposited with an outside party, as deceased's wife, and received it. She, however, gave it up to Coroner Sanxay, who handed it over to the administrator, by whom the above complaint was entered. The accuse
Carter Tadlock (search for this): article 13
m. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often alluded to was again called; but the witness in the case not being present, it was continued. The case against John Head, for an assault on Peter Beech, was heard and dismissed. Carter Tadlock, implicated in a robbery performed by another party on Wm. Rowe, was allowed to give bail in $1,000 to appear when wanted for examination.
Thomas Tealing (search for this): article 13
that event she had put in a claim for a small sum of money deposited with an outside party, as deceased's wife, and received it. She, however, gave it up to Coroner Sanxay, who handed it over to the administrator, by whom the above complaint was entered. The accused was discharged. The case of Royall H. Brown, Bob Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often allude
William Wright (search for this): article 13
s examined. It appeared that she had been residing with a baker named McCoy, who died rather suddenly not long since, and that immediately on the happening of that event she had put in a claim for a small sum of money deposited with an outside party, as deceased's wife, and received it. She, however, gave it up to Coroner Sanxay, who handed it over to the administrator, by whom the above complaint was entered. The accused was discharged. The case of Royall H. Brown, Bob Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged w
ould not take the responsibility of deciding on the value of his testimony further than to commit the accused for trial before the Hustings Court. Elizabeth Keating, arrested as a woman of evil fame, and for obtaining money under the name of McCoy, was examined. It appeared that she had been residing with a baker named McCoy, who died rather suddenly not long since, and that immediately on the happening of that event she had put in a claim for a small sum of money deposited with an outsidMcCoy, who died rather suddenly not long since, and that immediately on the happening of that event she had put in a claim for a small sum of money deposited with an outside party, as deceased's wife, and received it. She, however, gave it up to Coroner Sanxay, who handed it over to the administrator, by whom the above complaint was entered. The accused was discharged. The case of Royall H. Brown, Bob Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was requ
John Burns (search for this): article 13
omplaint was entered. The accused was discharged. The case of Royall H. Brown, Bob Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often alluded to was again called; but the witness in the case not being present, it was continued. The case against John Head, for an assault on Peter Beech, was heard and dismissed. Carter Tadlock, implicated in a robbery performed by
James Neul (search for this): article 13
discharged. The case of Royall H. Brown, Bob Custolo, and Wm. Wright, charged with feloniously stealing $42 from Thos S. Burr, was called, but the witness not answering to his name, was continued until Monday. Thomas Tealing, charged with getting drunk and trespassing on the American Hotel, was required to give security for his good behavior. The case of James Neal, for stealing $80 from Henry McGee, was partly heard and continued. John Burns charged with an assault on James Neul, was required to give security. Robert Thompson, charged with an assault on Elizabeth Keathing, was required to give security to keep the peace for one year. The forgery case against Madison Griffin, often alluded to was again called; but the witness in the case not being present, it was continued. The case against John Head, for an assault on Peter Beech, was heard and dismissed. Carter Tadlock, implicated in a robbery performed by another party on Wm. Rowe, was allowe
George T. McGee (search for this): article 13
Court Proceedings. Mayor's Court, Saturday, Jan. 3d. --Wm. Henry Ross and John Robertson, free negroes, were charged with assaulting and robbing Alfred, slave of George T. McGee. The complainant told several contradictory stories relatives to the manner in which he was robbed, but the Mayor said he could not take the responsibility of deciding on the value of his testimony further than to commit the accused for trial before the Hustings Court. Elizabeth Keating, arrested as a woman of evil fame, and for obtaining money under the name of McCoy, was examined. It appeared that she had been residing with a baker named McCoy, who died rather suddenly not long since, and that immediately on the happening of that event she had put in a claim for a small sum of money deposited with an outside party, as deceased's wife, and received it. She, however, gave it up to Coroner Sanxay, who handed it over to the administrator, by whom the above complaint was entered. The accus
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