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Assaulting a Woman. --Charles Colgate, indicted for feloniously assaulting and beating Elizabeth Tally, with intention to maim, disable and kill her, was put on trial before Judge Lyons yesterday, and plead not guilty. The examination of the witnesses commenced at a late hour, and as a consequence, was not concluded at the time we left Court.
Elizabeth Tally (search for this): article 15
Assaulting a Woman. --Charles Colgate, indicted for feloniously assaulting and beating Elizabeth Tally, with intention to maim, disable and kill her, was put on trial before Judge Lyons yesterday, and plead not guilty. The examination of the witnesses commenced at a late hour, and as a consequence, was not concluded at the time we left Court.
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Assaulting a Woman. --Charles Colgate, indicted for feloniously assaulting and beating Elizabeth Tally, with intention to maim, disable and kill her, was put on trial before Judge Lyons yesterday, and plead not guilty. The examination of the witnesses commenced at a late hour, and as a consequence, was not concluded at the time we left Court.