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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], More arrests by the military in
Baltimore county. (search)
More arrests by the military in Baltimore county. --We have information from the neighborhood of Cockeysville, says the Baltimore Sun of May 31st, that three arrests were made in that vicinity on Monday night inst. The names of the parties arrested are Geo. Worthington, Harrison Scott and Alfred Matthews. It appears that their several residences were visited at a late hour on Wednesday night, and they were taken and carried to York, Pennsylvania, where they are confined. The charge against them is said to have been a participation in the burning of the bridges on the line of the Northern Central railway and the destruction of the telegraph line between Cockeysville and the Pennsylvania line. The whole of the arrests were made by a squad of Pennsylvania volunteers troops. George H. Williams left, the city yesterday afternoon as counsel for Mr. Worthington. These arrests have created a most intense excitement at Cockeysville and the surrounding country.
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Changes on
Morris' Island. (search)
Details of war News. Presentation of a Sword to Col. Robert Anderson--An American Flag Raised ever Gen. Scott's Residence — Legion of Union--Letting of the Great Beef Contract, etc.
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], Damages awarded. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1865., [Electronic resource], Throwing rocks. (search)
Throwing rocks. --A little darkey, named Tom Harris, was yesterday taken up by the police for assaulting Harrison Scott with rocks.
Provost Court. --Brevet-Colonel McEntee Presiding.--James Knight and Lavinia Watson, colored, were arraigned yesterday on a charge of fighting, and sent to prison for three months. Tom Harris, a little darkey, charged with throwing rocks at Harrison Scott, negro, was released. Sophia Williams, negro, charged with stealing a shawl, was released. John Sullivan, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was sent to prison for ten days.