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The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], Suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. (search)
k was required to give accurity for good behavior for twelve months on the complaint of Mrs. Mary Collins, that he had forcibly ejected her from rooms which she had rented of him, and that he had also taken from her the keys which belonged to the door of her bed-room. The Mayor also compelled him to deliver over to Mrs. Collins the keys which he had taken from her, and admonished him that the only proper way to eject an unprofitable tenant was to make an appeal before Judge Lyons. Benjamin Degroot, presented some time since, on the charge of unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro, but who had successfully eluded the pursuit of the officers till the present time, was yesterday before His Honor. He was thereupon turned over to the Hustings Court by that functionary and held to ball in the sum of $5,000, to answer an indictment. A youthful member of one of the batteries in the neighborhood of this city, named John Griffin, was yesterday before his His Honor on the charge of st