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The Daily Dispatch: October 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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as shot through the chin and law by Crawford. The Mayor held Michelle in the to the sum of $1,000 to appear before the Hustings Court, on the 2d Monday in November, and discharged Crawford, holding him to ball to appear only as a witness. John Sizer was fined $3 for his son's indulging in a rock battle on Byrd street. Young Sizer, on being captured, gave the named of a number of his companions, all of whom were summoned to Court, but as he did not appear, and the officer who arrested him cSizer, on being captured, gave the named of a number of his companions, all of whom were summoned to Court, but as he did not appear, and the officer who arrested him could not identify them, none were fined. The Mayor announced his intention of putting a stop to rock battles, if the vigilance of his officers could accomplish that result. The case of Mary J. Smith, colored, for stealing $15 from Tubby Clayton, a ponderous old colored female, was called up and continued till Monday, after the Mayor had listened to the old woman's description of a red back ten which she said was among the notes surreptitiously conveyed away by Smith. John Beaty was b