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The Daily Dispatch: February 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Address from a South Carolina (?) lady at Albany in Denunciation of the South. (search)
orably Acquitted. --The Mayor yesterday resumed the examination of the complaint made by Edward Turner against Mr. Job Adkins, of knocking him down and taking from his person two watches, on the stimony was adduced, but none that could be deemed specially relevant to the question at issue.--Turner, at the conclusion of the evidence, read from notes the heads of an argument he had prepared agauting attorney. The evidence was summed up by the presiding magistrate, who said that while Turner was no doubt honest in his belief that Mr. A. had despoiled him of his watches, yet the testimon the other side had proved positively that he neither did nor could have taken any property from Turner on the occasion of the interview between them, and that Turner was in that state which renders mTurner was in that state which renders men liable to see double. The Mayor observed that while he knew some men were rogues because they could not help it, and some were rendered so from want, yet in this case Mr. A.'s position as a gentle