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The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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and Wm. Childress, for stealing watermelons and beating Wm. and Jos. R. Rennie. Six presentments against Wm. Frank, for unlawful gaming and retailing ardent spirits. Four cases against John Noker, for retailing ardent spirits. Valentine Heckler, presented in six cases, for unlawful gaming, keeping bowling alleys without license, and indicted for keeping a disorderly house, and allowing music and dancing on the Sabbath day. John P. Sled and Frank Britton, presented for Illegal voting on the 24th May last. Wm. Cornet, presented for retailing ardent spirits-- three cases. Granville Montville, John Currie, and Joshua Currie, for an assault on T. Moseley. E. D. Fitch, Wm. E. Patterson, and others, for an assault on C. Geuit. Thos. W. P. Goodman, for maintaining by speech that owners have no right of property in their slaves. M. C. Jordan, Mary Ann Mountcastle, and Sarah Sullivan, presented for keeping a disorderly and dissolute house. John Cornett and Mary Riddle, for same offence.