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Philip L. Gregory (search for this): article 7
esterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at which Michael Galvin, charged with feloniously
Littlebury Adams (search for this): article 7
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at wh
Robert Burch (search for this): article 7
term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at which Michael Galvin, charged with feloniously breaking into the dwelling-house of Thomas Newcomb, and stealing one watch of the value of $20, one pair of boots of the value of $40, one pair of pants of the value of $20, one pair of shoes of the value of $10, one hat of the value of $5, and one cloak of the value of $10, f
John F. Pierce (search for this): article 7
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at wh
John Bolton (search for this): article 7
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at w
William Fitzpatrick (search for this): article 7
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at whi
George L. Sinton (search for this): article 7
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at wh
Margaret Folin (search for this): article 7
ealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at which Michael Galvin, charged with feloniously breaking into the dwelling-house of Thomas Newcomb, and stealing one watch of the value of $20, one pair of boots of the value of $40, one pair of pants of the value of $20, o
Thomas Newcomb (search for this): article 7
y, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at which Michael Galvin, charged with feloniously breaking into the dwelling-house of Thomas Newcomb, and stealing one watch of the value of $20, one pair of boots of the value of $40, one pair of pants of the value of $20, one pair of shoes of the value of $10, one hat of the value of $5, and one cloak of the value of $10, from the said dwelling-house, was examined, and a true bill being found against him he was sent on to be tried before Judge Lyons. The Magistrates will meet in called session this morning to examine into two cases of felony.
Richard N. Binns (search for this): article 7
Judge Lyons's Court. --This Court met yesterday pursuant to adjournment. John F. Pierce appeared and took the usual oath to entitle him to practice law before this Court. Richard N. Binns, charged with stealing a horse belonging to Littlebury Adams, was arraigned, and the case continued till the November term of the Court. John Bolton, charged with stealing a watch belonging to George L. Sinton, of the value of $500, was sent to the penitentiary for five years. William Fitzpatrick, charged with garroting Philip L. Gregory, and stealing a silver watch and some, money, was tried, and the jury returning a verdict of guilty, he was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years. Margaret Folin, charged with receiving a $50 note, knowing the same to be stolen, was discharged. Robert Burch, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $16, and a pair of boots at $50, was sent to jail for one year. A called Court of Hustings was held yesterday, at wh
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