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Mitchell F. Adams (search for this): article 12
C. S. District Court. --This Court met yesterday at the State Court-House, pursuant to adjournment. The only case disposed of was that of Watkins F. Adams, infant son of Mitchell F. Adams, under 18 years of age, who sued for a discharge from the military service. The prayer of the petitioner was granted and he was discharged from custody. The Court will meet again this morning at the same hour and place.
The Cage. --At the lower station-house last night there were the following commitments; Willie Graw, Michael Sullivan, and James Hays, arrested on the charge of stealing several ink-bottles and one wool hat from a Mr. Lumpkin; Peter Kennay, a white man for interfering with the Jews in their place of worship, and John West, a free negro, arrested for breaking a window-glass in their church.
James Hays (search for this): article 13
The Cage. --At the lower station-house last night there were the following commitments; Willie Graw, Michael Sullivan, and James Hays, arrested on the charge of stealing several ink-bottles and one wool hat from a Mr. Lumpkin; Peter Kennay, a white man for interfering with the Jews in their place of worship, and John West, a free negro, arrested for breaking a window-glass in their church.
The Cage. --At the lower station-house last night there were the following commitments; Willie Graw, Michael Sullivan, and James Hays, arrested on the charge of stealing several ink-bottles and one wool hat from a Mr. Lumpkin; Peter Kennay, a white man for interfering with the Jews in their place of worship, and John West, a free negro, arrested for breaking a window-glass in their church.
Michael Sullivan (search for this): article 13
The Cage. --At the lower station-house last night there were the following commitments; Willie Graw, Michael Sullivan, and James Hays, arrested on the charge of stealing several ink-bottles and one wool hat from a Mr. Lumpkin; Peter Kennay, a white man for interfering with the Jews in their place of worship, and John West, a free negro, arrested for breaking a window-glass in their church.
Willie Graw (search for this): article 13
The Cage. --At the lower station-house last night there were the following commitments; Willie Graw, Michael Sullivan, and James Hays, arrested on the charge of stealing several ink-bottles and one wool hat from a Mr. Lumpkin; Peter Kennay, a white man for interfering with the Jews in their place of worship, and John West, a free negro, arrested for breaking a window-glass in their church.
Peter Kennay (search for this): article 13
The Cage. --At the lower station-house last night there were the following commitments; Willie Graw, Michael Sullivan, and James Hays, arrested on the charge of stealing several ink-bottles and one wool hat from a Mr. Lumpkin; Peter Kennay, a white man for interfering with the Jews in their place of worship, and John West, a free negro, arrested for breaking a window-glass in their church.
John T. Rogers (search for this): article 14
Continued. --Charles Eckerbush, the deranged man who made an assault, a few days since; upon Capt. John T. Rogers, on the Capitol Square, was yesterday called, but his condition still being such as to prevent his appearance in Court, the Recorder marked opposite his name "continued till ordered up."
Charles Eckerbush (search for this): article 14
Continued. --Charles Eckerbush, the deranged man who made an assault, a few days since; upon Capt. John T. Rogers, on the Capitol Square, was yesterday called, but his condition still being such as to prevent his appearance in Court, the Recorder marked opposite his name "continued till ordered up."
Pardoned. --Gov. Letcher yesterday pardoned Uriah Potter, sent to jail and fined $200 sometime since for exhibiting faro in this city. Potter had already served out part of his imprisonment.
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