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tubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The whole of them together number sixty cases.] Alfred Ball was indicted for falsely representing himself to Mary Smith, a free negress, as a night watchman, and receiving a bribe of ten dollars from her to let her off. Ball was at one time a watchman, but had been dismissed the service. A true bill was also found against John M. Daniel and J. Marshall Hanna--one as the editor and the other the reporter of the Richmond Examiner--for
James F. McChee (search for this): article 4
Presentments by the Grand Jury. --The following presentments were rendered yesterday by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court: For unlawfully retailing ardent spirits to be drank in their houses — Francis Beeber, six cases; Charles Kennedy and Thaddeus Cruss, one case; L. Burns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Conf
Benjamin Degroot (search for this): article 4
hee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The whole of them together number sixty cases.] Alfred Ball was indicted for falsely representing himself to Mary Smith, a free negress, as a night watchman, and receiving a bribe of ten dollars from her to let her off. Ball was at one time a watchman, but had been dismissed the service. A true bill<
George Freeberger (search for this): article 4
rns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, thrGeorge Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The whole of them together number sixty cases.] Alfred Ball was indicted for falsely representing himself to Mary Smith, a free negress, as a night watchman, and receiving a bribe of ten dollars from her to let her off. Ba<
John Ferguson (search for this): article 4
Beeber, six cases; Charles Kennedy and Thaddeus Cruss, one case; L. Burns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The whole of them together number sixty cases.] Alfred Ball was indicted for falsely representing himself to Mary Smith, a free negress, as a night watch<
Robert Calivan (search for this): article 4
Presentments by the Grand Jury. --The following presentments were rendered yesterday by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court: For unlawfully retailing ardent spirits to be drank in their houses — Francis Beeber, six cases; Charles Kennedy and Thaddeus Cruss, one case; L. Burns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confe
William Sudlings (search for this): article 4
ts were rendered yesterday by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court: For unlawfully retailing ardent spirits to be drank in their houses — Francis Beeber, six cases; Charles Kennedy and Thaddeus Cruss, one case; L. Burns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The wh
David Stubblefield (search for this): article 4
sentments by the Grand Jury. --The following presentments were rendered yesterday by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court: For unlawfully retailing ardent spirits to be drank in their houses — Francis Beeber, six cases; Charles Kennedy and Thaddeus Cruss, one case; L. Burns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederat
William Snellings (search for this): article 4
Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The whole of them together number sixty cases.] Alfred Ball was indicted for falsely representing himself to Mary Smith, a free negress, as a night watchman, and receiving a bribe of ten dollars from her to let her off. Ball was at one time <
Augustus Symco (search for this): article 4
Presentments by the Grand Jury. --The following presentments were rendered yesterday by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court: For unlawfully retailing ardent spirits to be drank in their houses — Francis Beeber, six cases; Charles Kennedy and Thaddeus Cruss, one case; L. Burns, three cases; Charles Fitzpatrick and Robert Calivan, two cases; James F. McChee, three cases; Augustus Symco, three cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confe
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