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s of the law. Bridget Moore, who was arrested on Tuesday evening for throwing hot water on and kicking her husband, John Moore, appeared with a baby in her arms, accompanied by her husband, to undergo an examination. A colloquial duel about whiskey ensued, in which the relative capacities of each party (not including the baby) were ventilated, followed by interlocutory ejaculations from the sitting magistrate demanding silence and threatening imprisonment to both parties. The scene ended with Mrs. Moore's committal to jail. The baby was given to its father, and he given to his liberty. Roger Keenan alias John Finney, charged with robbing John Bowyer of $100, by force, in or near Rocketts old field, a few weeks since, underwent an examination, which clearly demonstrated the fact that he had put himself in the line of promotion as a candidate for State's Prison honors. He was committed to appear before the Hustings Court prior to being sent before Judge Lyons for final trial.
Judge Lyons's Court. --This tribunal was in session yesterday, but the business transacted was of a civil character entirely. The Grand Jury and Court adjourned for the term. The case of John Hagan was continued till the next term, and the defendant admitted to bail.
The Daily Dispatch: may 22, 1862., [Electronic resource], Later from New Orleans — Mote of Bufler's Tyranny. (search)
$200 reward. --On Thursday last, while I was in the War Department on business, I sent my servant, Austin, who is so well known in Richmond, to the post-office, since which time I have not seen him or been able to obtain any information of his whereabouts. If he has been impressed I will give $20 to any person who will inform me where he is. If he has been kidnapped, I will give $100 for his recovery. If he has run off, which I do not believe, I will give $200 for his recovery; or if he has been killed, which I fear, I will pay $200 for the conviction of his murderer. my 20--4t* James Lyons.