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Mary Sykes (search for this): article 16
s, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Mary Sykes, negro, found guilty of being a vagrant and prostitute, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Thirty days imprisonment were voted Thomas Fields, a negro, found guilty of stealing iron. Fifty dollars' fine was imposed upon Anthony Burke for selling liquor to soldiers. On default of payment, he was committed to the Castle for thirty days. Carter Page, a negro, for stealing law books from J. L. C. Danner, was sentenced to six months confinement in Castle Thunder.
David Green (search for this): article 16
tley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was sent to Castle Thun
William Wilkinson (search for this): article 16
ngton, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Mary Sykes, negro, found guilty of being a vagrant and prostitute, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Thirty days imprisonment were voted Thomas Fields, a negro, found guilty of stealing iron. Fifty dollars' fine was imposed upon Anthony Burke for selling liquor to soldiers. On default of payment, he was committed to
C. Hartley (search for this): article 16
Provost Judge's Court. --Judge McEntee's attention was directed to the following cases yesterday: John Van Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William W
James Washington (search for this): article 16
Provost Judge's Court. --Judge McEntee's attention was directed to the following cases yesterday: John Van Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William W
Anderson Edwards (search for this): article 16
Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was s
J. L. C. Danner (search for this): article 16
, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Mary Sykes, negro, found guilty of being a vagrant and prostitute, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Thirty days imprisonment were voted Thomas Fields, a negro, found guilty of stealing iron. Fifty dollars' fine was imposed upon Anthony Burke for selling liquor to soldiers. On default of payment, he was committed to the Castle for thirty days. Carter Page, a negro, for stealing law books from J. L. C. Danner, was sentenced to six months confinement in Castle Thunder.
Samuel Hucks (search for this): article 16
harged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William Wilkinson, a negro, was arraigned to answer the charge of stealing a pair of suspenders, and pleading guilty, he was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Mary Sykes, negro, found guilty of being a vagrant and prostitute, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Thirty days imprisonment were voted Thomas Fields, a negro, found guilty of stealing i
Provost Judge's Court. --Judge McEntee's attention was directed to the following cases yesterday: John Van Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William
John Buskirk (search for this): article 16
Provost Judge's Court. --Judge McEntee's attention was directed to the following cases yesterday: John Van Buskirk and C. Hartley, of the Eleventh United States infantry, were sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days to atone for the offence of drunkenness and being in the city without a pass. Thomas McDonald, of the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts, charged with stealing a vest, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in Castle Thunder. A negro, named James Washington, who plead guilty to the charge of stealing old iron, was sent to Castle Thunder for thirty days. Anderson Edwards and David Green, two little negroes, charged with fighting in the street, were discharged after twenty-four hours confinement. Sam Williams, a negro, was sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days for breaking window glass. Samuel Hucks, a negro, was sentenced to fifteen days confinement in Castle Thunder for being drunk and disorderly in the street. William W
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