Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 6, 1864., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Doyle or search for Doyle in all documents.

Your search returned 10 results in 1 document section:

--Officer Granger arrested on Thursday last Mr. Doyle, a white man, employed at the tin departmentner during the hour assigned for that purpose, Doyle, who is the foreman of the shop, walked in anda hammer in each hand to defend himself with. Doyle then left the shop, but as soon as he reached ached the top step, about eighteen inches from Doyle, he fired at McManus. D. was about drawing anohad arrived and took the prisoner in custody.--Doyle's manner towards the workmen was, in the witneshop, and the subsequent shooting at McManus. Doyle had for some time shown a great dislike towardhn Flaherty, testified that the weapon used by Doyle did not go off; they distinctly heard the expleither case were the pistol loads discharged. Doyle had always been a good officer and a perfect g, the storekeeper at the Laboratory, justified Doyle in desiring the tin shops to be closed during stolen. The court martial instituted against Doyle entirely exonerated him from any improper priv