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otorious ruffian and shoulder hitter, informed Regan that he knew a Yankee deserter who had a quantaturday last, at a place named on Cary street. Regan prepared himself with $11,000 in Confederate nas agreed upon. About the time designated Regan and Richard went to and, ing themselves for and those two resumed their conversation. Regan, accompanied by Jones, started in the directioh this Hays opened the door and walked in, and Regan started to follow, but had only made a step orheld to it, Jones firing another barrel whilst Regan held to it. Whilst the two were in the scuffle over the pistol Jones said to Regan, "God d — n you, I'll kill you," and put his hand in his pocketurned, let go of his own pistol and ran away, Regan firing at him as he retreated, but without str one of his accomplices had run down the dock, Regan returned to Allen's door, called out Steel, anhis window, Jones then being in the house with Regan and Steel. He also heard from another person [8 more...]
Continued. --The case of George Baldwin and Peter Roach, for threatening violence to Hugh Regan, was not disposed of by the Mayor yesterday, because of the desire of the parties to make up their differences out of Court.
Settled. --The charge against George Bald Win and Peter Roach, of threatening violence to the person of Hugh Regan, was dismissed by the Mayor yesterday, at the instance of Regan, the parties having adjusted their differences. Settled. --The charge against George Bald Win and Peter Roach, of threatening violence to the person of Hugh Regan, was dismissed by the Mayor yesterday, at the instance of Regan, the parties having adjusted their differences.