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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2 1 1 Browse Search
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ng as previously stated took place near the Old Market-House on Monday evening. James Russell was charged with getting drunk and breaking a window glass in the house of John Governess. Russell in reply to a question of the Mayor, said he was a cripple and an army cook; that he had just arrived in Richmond when the occurrence took place, and that if permitted he would get out of the city by the first train. The Mayor said he should be permitted to make the attempt. The case of Patrick Healey, for allowing a dead horse to remain in one of the public streets, and become a nuisance, was called and continued, Healy not responding when his name was called. Kendall Thomas Robert Pordle, and Charles Porter, newspaper carriers, wire arraigned, charged with stealing three reams of paper from the store of Adolphus Morris, valued at $390. It appeared from the evidence that the parties were regular traders in a small way in newspapers, books, paper, and and that, under pretence of