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The Daily Dispatch: November 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Arrests. --The civil police yesterday arrested Peter Allen, for assaulting and beating Charles Madison and his wife, in their own house, and at night a man lying in the 1st market, too much intoxicated to give his name. Before the watchmen saw him, some rogue had relieved the prostrate son of Bacchus of his shoes. On Monday four "insensibly" drunk individuals were conveyed to the cage.
ad of subsiding, she behaved worse, and the officer had to arrest her again. He also carried to the lock-up four gallons of brandy found in her house, which he deemed the cause of the disturbance.--Both parties committed for want of security. The case of Catharine Richards, for stealing $10 worth of spoons, knives, and forks, from the Spotswood Hotel, was continued for the evidence of Mr. Hoeninger, the proprietor of the house. Peter Allen, charged with assaulting and beating Charles Madison and wise in their own domicil, was terminated by the defendant's being sent before Gen. Winder. A case against Gilmer A. Lumpkin, for forging the name of S. H. Owens & Son to a check for $700 and drawing the money on the same, was continued until this morning on account of the lateness of the hour at which it was called up and the business engagements of the Mayor. The witnesses were recognized to appear and testify against Lumpkin. Samuel H. Wyvill and John Tankersley altas