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The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1862., [Electronic resource], Death of Carlini. (search)
Arrests. --The city police arrested only two persons yesterday, viz: Silas Maxfield and Betsey Martin, colored, for fighting in the street and annoying the patients in General Hospital No. 18, near the corner of 22d and Main streets.
The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], Proceedings in the courts. (search)
Proceedings in the courts. Mayor's Court, Thursday, November 6. --Reason Anderson, a free negro from Jefferson county, having been apprehended by the watch for being in the city without a register, was turned over to the Mayor for investigation, and by him sent to jail. Silas Maxfield and Betsy Martin, two free negroes, were brought up for being drunk and fighting at the corner of Main and 22d streets, to the disturbance of the sick soldiers in General Hospital No. 8. Both whipped and sent to jail for want of security. Charles Maddux was required to answer a charge preferred by Julius Myers that he had assaulted and beaten him. The misunderstanding occurred about the price of a lot of combs bought by Myers from Maddux. Myers swearing that he was fearful of another assault, the Mayor required Maddux to give security to keep the peace in the sum of $150. Appeal taken, to be decided before the Hustings Court on Monday next. Samuel W. Wyvill was brought up for examina