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CLASS II.-CASES PROSECUTED OTHERWISE THAN BY INDICTMENT.

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Eaton Couutg-M. S. BRACKETT, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.
CLASS 1.-CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.
Month and

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged.
year of in- When disposed of. ment, if any, or present

Remarks. dietment.

condition of the case.
Henry A. Shaw,
Barratry.

Nov., 1853. Oct., 1854. | Nolle prosequi.
Resisting an officer.

Still pending
Monroe Olin,
Larceny.
Oet., 1854.

do
Henry Blodget,

Oct., 1854. Convicted.

Sentenced to State Prison 3 years.
Blodget,
E. D. Lacy,
Nuisance.

Nov., 1852.

Still pending
L W. McIntosh & Isaac Frost,

do
Luman Cartwright,
| Assault with intent to commit rape. Oct., 1854.

do
CLASS II.- CASES PROSECUTED OTHERWISE THAN BY INDICTMENT.
Mode of In what court, wheth-

When com

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged.
prosecu- er before a justice or

menced.

When disposed of. ment, if any, or present
tion. other magistrate.

condition of the case.
Baldwin,
Assault and battery.

Complaint. Justice of the Peace. Jan., 1854. Jan., 1854. Acquitted.
Melvin Preston,
Larceny:

do
do

Convicted,--fined $10.
Potter C. Sullivan,
Embezzlement.

do

do

Aprl., 1854. Nov., 1954. Recog, to circuit court.
Chester Whitcomb,
Violation of liquor law.

do

June, 1854. July, 1854. Convicted-fined $25.
Amos Stephens,
Larceny.

do

do
July,

Discharged.
Henry Blodget,
Grand larceny.

do
do

1854. Recog. to circuit court. Achbut Blodget,

do

do John Hart, Assault and battery.

do

do

Sept., 1854. Sept., 1854. Convicted-fined $100. Munroe Olin,

do

Recog. to circuit court. Grand Larceny.

Aug., 1854. Aug., 1854. Luman Cartwright, Assault with intent to commit rape.

do

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Genesee County-A. P. Davis, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.
CLASS 1.-CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.
Month and

How disposed of, punish-|
Names of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged.
year of in- When disposed of. ment, if any, or present

Remarks.
dictment.

condition of the case.
Joseph McNamee,
Selling unwholesome provisions. April, 1853.

Still pending
William Bates,
Arson.

Sept., 1853. Jan., 1854. Acquitted.
CLASS II.--CASES PROSECUTED OTHERWISE THAN BY INDICTMENT.
Mode of In what court, wheth-

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted. Offence charged.

prosecu-
er before a justice or

ment, if any, or present menced.

When com-When disposed of.
tion. other magistrate.

condition of the case.
Henry Wright,
False pretences.
Complaint. Justice of the Peace. Dec., 1853. Jan., 1854.

Discharged.
Harris Wooden,
Asaault and battery.

do

do
Feb., 1854. Feb, 1854.

Convicted and fined.
Amasa Wooden,--

do
do

Acquitted.
Barney McNamee,

April, 1854. April, 1854. Convicted and fined.
Henry Franklin,-
Larceny.

Aug, 1854. Aug., 1854. Convicted.
Barney Harper,
Assault and battery,

July, 1854. (July, 1854.
George and Charles Douglass,

Aug., 1854. Aug., 1854.
Stephen Aubury,

do

do

Sept., 1854. Sept., 1854. Acquitted.
Alexander Miller,

do

do
Oziel Brutus, Wm. M. Brutus,

Francis Brutus, Hiram Ack-
erman and Jacob Messenger, Larceny.

do

Convicted.
Abiel C. Bliss, jr., Richard H.
Bliss and Jacob Kemmel,---- Malicious mischief.

do
do

and fined. Wm. Hoyle, Assault and battery.

do

do
Oct., 1854. Oct, 1854.

Convicted.
Solon C. Bliss,

do
Peter Bush,

do

do

Nov., 1854. Nov., 1854.
William Bevins,
Disorderly conduet.

do

Aug., 1854. Aug., 1854. Recog. for good behav'r. Charles P. Smith, Perjury.

do
Dec., 1853.

Still pending.
Jonathan Whitehouse, False pretences.

do

Jan., 1854.
Chester William W. Hamilton, Rape.

do

Sept., 1854.

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Hillsdale County_É. H. Wilson, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.
CLASS 1.-CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.
Month and

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged.
year of in-When disposed of. ment, if any, or present

Remarks.
dictment.

condition of the case.
Wm. Beckwith, Sheldon Smith,

Alanson Curtis and Clark S.
Chase,
Riot.

Nov., 1853.

Dec., 1853. Acquitted.
John Kelley,

Convicted.

Fined $30, and 30 days imprisonm't,
Barney Reynolds,.

Assault and battery.
Jonas W. Wood,
False pretences.

Sentenced to State Prison 5 years.
Seth English,

Still pending:
Orrin Stanbro,
Assault with intent to kill.

Absconded.
Walter P. Chase,
Larceny.
March, 1854. March, 1854. Convicted.

Sentenced 3 months in county jail.
Dewitt C. Button,
Seduction.

Still pending
Walter P. Chase, - -
Breaking jail.

March, 1851. Convicted.

Not sentenced.
Jeremiah Lyman,
Larceny.

Still pending.
Dewitt C. Button,
Breaking jail.

March, 1854. Acquitted.
Robert Waldo,
False pretences.

Still pending.
Robert Waldo, Walter P. Chase
and Dewitt C. Button,
Arson.

March, 1851. Acquitted.
Robert H. Monroe,
Forgery.

Sept., 1854

Still pending.

Absconded.
do
do

False pretences.
James Bucher and Owen Daily, Malicious mischief.
David Whitford,

Larceny.
Henry Coykendall,
Assault with intent to kill.

Nolle prosequi.
William É. Sweet,

Still pending
Henry Coykendall,
Murder.
Nov., 1854. Nov., 1851. Convicted.

Sentenced to State Prison 5 years.
Silas Miller,
Counterfeiting,

Still pending:
Albert D. Cole,

Assault and battery.
Henry Hall,
Samuel Sinclair,
Sumney Spafford,
Eli Wooden,
John B. Ludlow,
Walter S. Lewis,
William Knickerbocker, Burglary.

Sept., 1853
Dec., 1853. Convicted

Sentenced to State Prison 3 years.

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CLASS II.--CASES PROSECUTED OTHERWISE THAN BY INDICTMENT.
Mode of In what court, wheth-

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted. Offence charged.

prosecu

When comer before a justice or

menced.

When disposed of: ment, if any, or present
tion.
other magistrate.

condition of the case.
John Barton,
Threats.

Complaint. Justice of the Peace. Nov., 1853. Nov., 1853. Recog. to keep peace.
Larceny.

do
Grand Fitch,

do
Dec., 1853

to circuit court.
Dewitt C. Button,
Seduction.

do
Oziel Taylor & William Wood-
ward,
Assault and battery

do

Discharged.
Edmund H. Baldwin,-
Larceny.

do

do

Jan., 1854. Jan., 1854. Convicted, fined $20.
Robert Waldo,
False pretences,

do

do

Feb., 1851. Feb., 1854. Recog. to circuit court.
Jeremiah Tyer,-
Larceny.

do

Mareh, 1854. March, 1851.
John Bailey,
Threats.

April, 1854. April, 1854.

to keep the peace,
Lemuel Morey,
Larceny.

Acquitted.
Orrin Beam,
Assault and battery.

May, 1854

Convcted, fined $2.
Albert Earl & George Earl,.. Malicious mischief.

do

.
May, 1851.

Discharged.
William E. Sweet,
Assault with intent to kill.
do

June, 1854. Recog. to circuit court.
Henry Coykendall,

do

do

June, 1854,
Daniel Daugherty, Robert Wier
and Henry Yakee,
Riot.

do

do George W. Buchanan, Manslaughter.

do
do

Aug., 1854.
John Rose,
Assault and battery.

do

Discharged.
Levi Cartwright, Henry Max-
well & Cornelius Cartwright, Riot.

do

do
Aug., 1854.

Recog. to circuit court.
Margaret Swartout,
Assault and battery.

do

do

Sept., 1854. (Oct., 1854 Convicted, fined $2.
Perry Bates,...
Larceny.

do
do

Recog. to circuit court.
John Waterbury,

do
do

Nov., 1854.

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Oct., 1851.

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Ingham County-ORLANDO M. Barnes, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.

CLASS 1.-CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.

Names of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged.

Remarks.

William Megiveron,
Oscar . Erndon,-
Henry S. Barnes,
Orra S. Groer,
Carlyle W. Strenehan,
John Stone,
Ira A. Raynolds,

Resisting officers.
Assault and battery.
Trespass on School lands
Burglary.
Seduction.

Month and

How disposed of, punishyear of in- When disposed of. ment, if any, or present dictment.

condition of the case. May, 1854

Nolle

prosequi. May, 1854. Oct., 1854. Convicted-finod $50.

Still pending Oct., 1851.

Oct., 1854. Convcted-1 yr State Pn. May, 1854. May, 1854. still pending

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CLASS II.-CASES PROSECUTED OTHERWISE THAN BY INDICTMENT.

Mode of In what court, whethNames of persons prosecuted.

How disposed of, punish; Offence charged.

When com prosecu- er before a justice or

menced.

When disposed of. ment, if any, or present
tion. 1 other magistrate.

condition of the case.
C. A. Osborn,
Assault.

Justice of the Peace. Nov., 1853. Nov., 1853. Convicted, fined $10.
John Wright, -
Assault and battery.

do
Dec., 1853. Dec., 1853.

and fined.
Eliza Bush, Stephen Bush, and
Claricy Snyder,
Disorderly conduct.

do
Tryon,
Assault and battery.

do
Jan., 1854. Jan, 1851.

Acquitted.
Alvin Armstrong,

do

Feb., 1851. Feb., 1851.
John R. Bowdish,

do

Discharged.
Royal L. Rolfe and Hammond
Rolfe,

do

March, 1854. March, 1854. Convicted and fined.
Hunt,

Violation of liquor law.
Oscar Strenehan and Carlyle W.
Strenehan
Larceny.

May, 1854. May, 1854. Acquitted.
Carlyle W. Strenehan,.

Convicted and fined.
Mull,
Assault and battery.

Convicted and fined.
George B. Webb,
H. Smith,
Elliot Johnson,
Larceny.

and imprison'd.
William Whitely,
| Assault and battery.

and fined. Nathaniel Maston, Malicious mischief.

Aug., 1854.

Acquitted.
Cary,
Larceny.

Oct., 1854.

Convicted & imprisoned.
George Clark
Assault and battery.

do

Nov., 1854.
Ionia County-John C. BLANCHARD, Esq., Prosecuting Attorncy.

CLASS I.--CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.

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condition of the case. Nov., 1854. Nov., 1851.

Convicted.

Sentenced to county jail 30 days. Still pending.

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