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The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], Suspension of the writ of habeas corpus. (search)
on the charge of stealing four bagatelle balls from Z. H. H. Cropper's saloon, and having in his possession two tumblers and one hammer, supposed to have been stolen. At the conclusion of the testimony he was ordered to proceed immediately to his command. George Waterman, arrested as a paroled Yankee and having in his possession a pass from the Provost Marshal at Staunton, was ordered to leave the city. On the complaint of Dabney Miller, City Assessor, Thomas Traylor was called up before the Mayor to answer the offence of refusing to give in his name to the Assessor when called upon for a list of his taxes.--Traylor's defence was that he had paid taxes in Petersburg, and did not think his sojourn in this city had been of that length of time which would subject him to taxation in this city. Upon his agreeing to respond to the Assessor's inquiries, he was discharged. Catherine Eubank was held to security for using abusive and threatening language towards George Eubank.