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The Daily Dispatch: October 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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ld watch and chain, valued at three thousand dollars. The first attack upon him was made by Tildsley Graham, formerly of Norfolk, Virginia, who Mushed violently by him, and, when accosted about the mness, staggered around a corner, Mr. Hoy then passed on, but was again met at the next corner by Graham, who struck at him; whereupon Mr. Hoy knocked him down, and was about administering further chasuickened pace. Mr. Hoy had hardly gone two squares further on before be was again confronted by Graham, and immediately after recognizing him, he again knocked him down; but had hardly done so befored while on the way, discovered a man standing on the corner of a street. which turned out to be Graham, and he was arrested. While Mr. Hoy was. on the ground his watch and chain was taken from his vut. It was saturated with blood; but how it got there, Mr. Hoy is at a loss to account for. Graham was brought before Recorder Caskie yesterday (who presided in the absence of the Mayor,) and, af
Hustings Court. --The Magistrates' Court assembled yesterday morning at eleven o'clock, according to previous adjournment. In the case of Tildsley Graham, charged with robbery, a nolle prosequi was entered, and the prisoner was thereupon discharged. John Ferguson and William Snellings, charged with unlawfully exhibiting the game of fare, were required to give security in the sum of five thousand dollars each for their appearance to answer at the next term. The court adjourned till 11 o'clock today.