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Remanded. --David S. Williams, for drawing a pistol against Watchman Pearce, whilst in the discharge of his duty last Saturday, was examined by the Mayor yesterday, and remanded. Being a soldier, he will probably be turned over to Gen. Winder, and forwarded to his command. Williams denied drawing the pistol, and declared that he had no intention of interfering with the police.
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Remanded. --David S. Williams, for drawing a pistol against Watchman Pearce, whilst in the discharge of his duty last Saturday, was examined by the Mayor yesterday, and remanded. Being a soldier, he will probably be turned over to Gen. Winder, and forwarded to his command. Williams denied drawing the pistol, and declared that he had no intention of interfering with the police. Remanded. --David S. Williams, for drawing a pistol against Watchman Pearce, whilst in the discharge of his duty last Saturday, was examined by the Mayor yesterday, and remanded. Being a soldier, he will probably be turned over to Gen. Winder, and forwarded to his command. Williams denied drawing the pistol, and declared that he had no intention of interfering with the police.
Remanded. --David S. Williams, for drawing a pistol against Watchman Pearce, whilst in the discharge of his duty last Saturday, was examined by the Mayor yesterday, and remanded. Being a soldier, he will probably be turned over to Gen. Winder, and forwarded to his command. Williams denied drawing the pistol, and declared that he had no intention of interfering with the police.