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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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rah Miller, in Broad street. The evidence showed that William Cummings and Augustas Miller, after drinking an overdoes of very bad liquor, got into a scuffle, but were separated. Cummings being put in the street and Miller to bed. In the afternoon Cummings, with a few chums, went near Miller's and used threatening language, hearMiller's and used threatening language, hearing which, Miller rallied out and soon brought about a fight. Mrs. Miller followed her husband to keep him from harm, and during the affray was thrown into the gutteMiller rallied out and soon brought about a fight. Mrs. Miller followed her husband to keep him from harm, and during the affray was thrown into the gutter. Mrs. Cummings followed her son to save him, but took no part in the fight. As she proved to be a very kind hearted, amiable lady, the charge against her was dismMrs. Miller followed her husband to keep him from harm, and during the affray was thrown into the gutter. Mrs. Cummings followed her son to save him, but took no part in the fight. As she proved to be a very kind hearted, amiable lady, the charge against her was dismissed, but Cummings, Elder and Miller were held to bail to answer an indictment for riot before the next Hustings Court Grand Jury, which meets in August. r was dismissed, but Cummings, Elder and Miller were held to bail to answer an indictment for riot before the next Hustings Court Grand Jury, which meets in August.