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October 3rd, 1862 AD (search for this): article 10
Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, Thursday, October 3d, 1862--Henry W Lee was brought up for obtruding himself, on Wednesday night, into the private promises of John E. Humphreys, and abusing the watchmen who bought to remove him. Mail was required of him to appear before the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the second Monday in November. Wm Conaway, arrested at a house of had repute in Exchange Alley, was sent to jail for further examination, on the charge of stealing Peter Born's horse. Margaret Parvo was rent to jail to await an indictment before the Grand Jury, for initiating a fight with Pocahontas Kiper, on Main street, Sunday last; and the latter gave ball for her future good behavior, and to appear as a witness against her antagonist. John Robinson, a member of the 5th Louisiana regiment, arrested for obtruding himself in the private office of J. P. Ballard, of the Exchange Hotel, and resisting the watchmen, was detained to be reported to Gen. Winder.
E. Humphreys, and abusing the watchmen who bought to remove him. Mail was required of him to appear before the Hustings Court Grand Jury on the second Monday in November. Wm Conaway, arrested at a house of had repute in Exchange Alley, was sent to jail for further examination, on the charge of stealing Peter Born's horse. , 1862. Upon hearing the evidence, the Court was of the opinion that the said Short ought to be cent on to the Bustings Court to be tried for the offence, at the November term, before Judge Lyons, and that Short be remanded to Jail. John P. Smith, charged with committing a felonious theft, was also sent on to the November terNovember term of Judge Lyone's Court, to be tried for the offence. C.S. District Court.--The care, of Enquire, who stand charged with passing counterfeit Treasury notes, was further examined yesterday. The principal witness against the prisoner was a colored woman, who, in giving in her testimony, swore to appoint black lie, whereupon t
October 13th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 10
two dozen soldiers in Court, with mothers for the purpose of aiding the civil authorities in conveying the prisoners to jail. The Mayor expressed his regret that the city work house was not prepared to receive the large number of candidates for admission, but said that he should at an early day reestablish the chain-gang. Called Court--A called Court of Magistrates convened yesterday morning at the City Hall, to ex Albert O. Stort, charged with murdering James T. Gray on the 13d day of October, 1862. Upon hearing the evidence, the Court was of the opinion that the said Short ought to be cent on to the Bustings Court to be tried for the offence, at the November term, before Judge Lyons, and that Short be remanded to Jail. John P. Smith, charged with committing a felonious theft, was also sent on to the November term of Judge Lyone's Court, to be tried for the offence. C.S. District Court.--The care, of Enquire, who stand charged with passing counterfeit Treasury notes,
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