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The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], Address of a member of Parliament on recognition. (search)
n its head and face in various places, which could only have been caused by a firm, but not sudden pressure on the parts affected. Margaret said the child had fallen down and afterwards was taken with the convulsions spoken of. Beyond this, she admitted nothing. The physicians were of opinion that the bruises were caused by the child being seized by the head with the intent to do it serious injury. Prisoner was committed to jail and her further examination adjourned till a other day. Delia, slave of Mrs Samuel Davis, was ordered to be whipped for stealing a pair of ear rings from P. P. Blenner, worth $6. The examination of Peter H. King, charged with stealing a number of articles of wearing apparel belonging to John H Scribner, was continued until Thursday when Brown and Hoppell, already in jail for the same offence, will be brought before the Mayor. It will be remembered that Scribner arrested King with one of his coats on, and that the latter then said that Brown, one