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The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Fort
The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Civilian prisoners at the
Police Court. --Yesterday, Lieut. Stephen Hawley and John Wall, charged with fighting in the street and shooting pistols at each other, were bailed to appear to-day.--John Conners and John Liman, who engaged in a fight in consequence of the above muss, were admonished and let off.--Robin Tyler, charged with stealing sundry articles from H. A. Pearce, was committed.--Martin Walsh, charged with drunkenness in the street, was let off — John McMahon, for the same offence, coupled with disorderly conduct, was committed.--Case of Henry Thompson, for being drunk and having in his possession a hat stolen from James Riley, was continued.--Augustus, slave of Dr. Davies, was sent to prison as a runaway.--Richard Mundin and Chas. Deneger were fined for huckstering in the Second Market.
New --The Monastery Bell, a fine place for the piano, by Wely, had just been reprinted in handsome style by Davies & Sons, of this city.
The Daily Dispatch: March 8, 1865., [Electronic resource], The
Russian Church in America — Significant religious and political ceremony. (search)
The Amateur Concert at the art gallery attached to Davies's music store, on Tuesday night, was a pleasant affair. There were fine solos, soprano, contralto, tenor, baritone and basso, several concerted pieces, and a chorus from one of Mozart's Masses. The music was nearly all well sung, and the small company who were invited appeared to enjoy it exceedingly.