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The Daily Dispatch: January 30, 1864., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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ing to R. E. Woodward, for using abusive and threatening language towards Mrs. E. B. Selden, and stealing from her servant woman a calico dress. Mrs. Selden tesMrs. Selden testified on oath that this girl had for some time back been abusing her in the most impertinent manner; that she could not go in the street or in her own yard without to burn her house down. Mr. Woodward being sworn, informed the Court that Selden rented a house adjoining his own, and it frequently happened that their children got into difficulties. Some time ago Selden struck one of his children, and on being remonstrated with, angry words ensued. Since then they had taken every opportreat row in the street, and on going out to see what was the matter, he found Mr. Selden beating Pinkey in a cruel manner. Upon demanding the reason for such a proceeding, Selden turned upon and gave him several severe blows about the head. Woodward was proceeding further, when the Mayor stopped him short and declined to hear an