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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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ving, said, promptly, "nothing." He was informed, if that was the case, he was admirably suited for a company whose organi- zation the Mayor is engaged daily in perfecting. He was voted in as a member of the chain-gang for ninety days. Warren Dubois was brought up on the charge of unlawfully taking possession of forty-two boxes of manufactured tobacco, the property of Aug. R. Brummel, worth $500. The case was continued, and Mr. Dubois admitted to ball in the sum of $500 for his appearancMr. Dubois admitted to ball in the sum of $500 for his appearance, with Alex B. Wells as surety. The parties concerned were formerly partners in business. Hustings Court, Tuesday, Nov. 4. --Present: Hon. Wm. H. Lyons, Judge.--There being no case on the docket ready for trial, no jury was summoned to attend Court to-day. Frederick J. Miller, heretofore found guilty of stealing a horse from John B Davis, was sentenced to one year's imprisoment in the Penitentiary. The finding of the jury in this case was accompanied by a recommendation to Executive cl
s committed for indictment for misdemeanor by the Hustings Court Grand Jury, for an assault committed by him on Arthur Sadler, Tuesday night, at Rocketts. Warren Dubois was examined on a charge preferred by A. O. Brummell that he had taken and sold forty-two boxes of tobacco belonging to him without authority. By the testimon Mr. Brummell, it appeared that they had been partners, but had dissolved, and the transaction complained of occurred after that. Other witnesses testified that Dubois appeared to have as much interest after as before the dissolution. The case, so far as it implicated Dubois in a violation of the criminal law, was dismissed. Dubois in a violation of the criminal law, was dismissed. Manchester Court, Nov. 6. --A Court of Examination, consisting of three magistrates, convened on Wednesday, in the Town Hall of Manchester, for the examination of one John Bowhart, a member of Rodgers's cavalry company, now stationed there, who was charged with stealing a watch worth $200 from a citizen of the town-named Lee Fi