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Schedule "A."
ABSTRACTS OF REPORTS OF PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS.
Berrien County_James Brown, 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. Gabriel Morehouse, .. Larceny.

Dec., 1853. Dec, 1853.

Convicted.

Sentenced to State Prison 3 years.
Joseph C. Amier,.
Accessory before the fact to larceny.

Still pending
Charles Ulrich,
Receiving stolen property:

Jan., 1854.
Convicted.

1 year.
Robert Wellwood,.

Obstructing the track of the Mich
Central Railroad.
April, 1854.

3 years.
John W. Davis,.-
Larceny.

Dec., 1853.
Edwin Yerrington,-
Assault with intent to kill.

Nolle prosequi
Jacob Halderman,..
Passing counterfeit bills.

Still pending
John Clark,
Burglary.
April, 1854. April, 1854 Convicted.

5 years
William Nephus,
Seduction.

Oct., 1854.

Still pending
Henry McNiel,
Larceny.

Oct., 1854.
Convicted.

3 years.
Halsey Alexander,

to county jail 3 months.
CLASS II. CASES PROSECUTED OTHERWISE THAN BY INDICTMENT.
Mode of |In what court, wheth-

(How disposed of, punish.

When com-
Names of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged.

prosecuer before a justice or

menced.

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

condition of the case.
George Fisher,
Assault and battery.

Complaint. Justice of the Peace. March, 1854 March, 1854. Discharged.
Charles Lune,..

do
do

June, 1854.

Convicted, finc $5 & cost.
Charles Reddo,
Disorderly conduct.

do
do

May, 1854.

gave sureties. Samuel A. Burrus, Gambling.

do
|Aug;, 1854. Aug., 1851.

fine $500.
Horace Mukle,
William Dana, -
John Corunady,
Larceny.

Oct : 1854. Oct., 1854. Sentenced co. jail 2 mos.
Thomas Kelley,
Assault and battery

30 days. Juo. Schoebal & Henry Klosner,

do

Nov., 1851. Nov., 1854. Convicted, fine $500.

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Branch County-JOHN G. PARKHURST, 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.
Jonas W. Wood,
Having counterfeit money in poss'n. Sept., 1853.

Still pending
Robert Cluff,
Assault with intent to kill.

Absconded.
Elisha Rumsey,
Perjury.

Dec., 1853.

A cquitted.
Joseph Griff,
Silas N. Card,
Nuisance.

still pending.
Elon G. Parsons,
Rape.

June, 1851.
Timothy Mills,
False pretences.

Dec., 1853.
Edward J. Hard,

June, 1854.
Hiram Palmeston, James Pal-

June, 1854.

Still pending.
John White,

Sept., 1853.

Nolle prosequi.
Lorenzo D. Crippen,
Nuisance.

Still pending
James Taylor, Levi Taylor,

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

How disposed of, punish

When com-
Names of persons prosecuted. Offence charged.

prosecu- er before a justice or

When disposed of.
menced.

ment, if any, or present
tion. other
magistrate.

condition of the case.
James Blair,
Disorderly conduct.
Complaint. Justice of the Peace. Nov., 1853.

Bound to keep peace.
Samuel Fowler,

do

Nov., 1853. Oscar Munger, Larceny.

Convicted, fined $5-10 do

do Jan., 1854. Jan, 1854.

days in county jail.

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do $25—30 ds in jl. Larceny. Nelson Peckham,

March, 1854. March, 1854, do

do Jan., 1854. Jan., 1854.

do Courtland Adams,

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Disorderly conduct.
David Garrison,--
Passing counterfeit money.

Feb., 1854. Feb., 1854. Acquitted.
Edwin Gould,
Maria Zall and Andrew Zall, Assault and battery.

April, 1854. April, 1854.
do
do

May, 1854
Charles Byer and Lewis Snyder,

May, 1854. Convicted, $5 fine.

Acquitted.
Alanson Scofield,
Larceny.

do
Assault and battery.

June, 1854. June, 1854. Convicted, fined $10.
John McWitt,

do
Disorderly conduct.
Levi Cartwright,

May, 1854. May, 1854. B'd over for good behav'r.
Malicious mischief.
Carlos Dunham,

Circuit Court.

June, 1854. June, 1854. Acquitted.
John Doe-
Assault and battery.

do Justice of the Peace. Aug., 1854. Aug., 1854. Con., $10 fine, jail 10 d's.
Calhoun CountyD. DARWIN HUGHES, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.
CLASS I.-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.
David O. Lowes,
Larceny.

April, 1854.

Recognizance forfeited.
William Alvord,

Resisting officer.
William Bloom,
Assault with intent to kill.

Still pending
George Brown,
Larceny.

April, 1851.
Convicted.

Sentenced 3 years in State Prison.
Edwin Merrils,

2
John Habrerettenger,
Forgery.

Acquitted.

Insane
John Sprague,
Passing counterfeit money,

Recognizance forfeited.
William P. Hooker,
Perjury.

Still pending
Henry Wilcox,
Larceny.

Recognizance forfeited.
James Kidney,
Malicious mischief.

Nov., 184.

Nolle prosequi.
Charles Cameron,
Perjury.

Nov., 1854.

Still pending.
Andrew L. Hayes,
Nuisance.

Nov., 1854. Convicted.

Judgment respited.
George W. Briggs,-
Assault with intent to kill.

Still pending
Horace J. Perrin,

Nuisance.
Bartholemew Banks,
Levi Safford,
Orrin Andrews,

Burglary.
Sullivan Bowen,

Passing counterfeit money. Sylvester Bullis,

Resisting an officer.

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

How disposed of, punish

When comNames of persons prosecuted.

Offence charged. prosecu- before a justice or

menced.

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

condition of the case.
Anthony P. Dostie,
Assault and battery.

Complaint. Justice of the Peace. Jan., 1854. Jan, 1854. Convicted, fine $5.
Justice Joyce,
Larceny.

do

do
Feb., 1854. Feb, 1854.

$10 fine.
Addison Burch,
Assault and battery.

do
do

Acquitted.
William Prindle,

do
do

Convicted, $1 fine.
Daniel Joyce,...

do

fine $10, imp. 20 ds.
Charles Parker,
Disorderly conduct.
do

fine $10.
Messenger,
Assault and battery.

fine $10. James McDonald, Larceny.

May, 1854 May, 1854.

« fine $5.
Kate Hinsman,
Assault and battery.
do

“ fine $20.
Foster,--
Larceny.
do

fine $20, imp. 30 ds.
Gun,
Assault and battery.
do

fine $25.
George Lee,

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Disorderly conduct.
do

fine $1. Hickey, Larceny.

do
June, 1834. June, 1854.

fine $10.
Welcomb Patterson,
Assault and battery.
do

fine $5.
Owens,

fine $20, imp. 20 ds. Etheridge, Larceny

fine $10,“ 30 dys Mason Charles, Disorderly conduct.

July, 1854. July, 1854.

fine $20," 10
Jack Humes,
Assault and battery.

fine $5.
Creighton,
Thompson,

fine $50, imp. 3 mos.

fine $10.
Tremer,
Phillip Hays,

fine $20.
George Miller,

do

fine $10
Daniel Hubbard,

fine $1.
Benjamin Bailey,-
Larceny.

Aug., 1854. Aug, 1851, Acquitted.
Neal Haskins,

Convicted, impris. 30 dys.
John Doe-
Assault and battery

do

fine $2. do

do

Discharged.
Garrow,

do

Convicted, fine $2.
Fregles,

do

fine $5.
Neal Haskins,
Larceny.

do

do

Sept., 1854. Sept., 1854. Acquitted.
Joe Buckley,
Assault and battery.

do
do

Convicted, fine $5.
Anthony Curry,
do

fine $50.
Gilbert Blue,

do

fine $10.
John Faulkner,

do

fine $25. Lemon Patterson,

do Norton,-

do

fine $5. John Doe,

do do

fine $15.

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Clinton CountyR. STRICKLAND, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.
CLASS I.-CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.
Month and

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted.

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

condition of the case. Walter B. Baldwin, Arson.

Convicted, sentenced 21

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

How disposed of, punish-
Names of persons prosecuted.

When com-
Offence charged.
prosecu- er before a justice or

When disposed of. ment, if any, or present

menced.
tion.
other magistrate.

condition of the case.
D. Ford,
Assault and battery.
Complaint. Justice of the Peace.

Fined $5.
W. H. Ennest,

do

Fined $5, 10 ds impris.

do
Mary A. Van Vleet,

do
do

Fined $10.
Denison Van Vleet,-

do
do

Fined $10.
Isaiah Lafler,
Larceny.

do
do

Acquitted. VanLewen, Assault and battery.

do

do

Cass County-HENRY H. COOLIDGE, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney.
CLASS 1.-CASES PROSECUTED BY INDICTMENT.
Month and

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

Remarks.
year of in- When disposed of. ment, if any, or present
dictment.

condition of the case.
Daniel S, Follmer,
Assa ult with intent to kill.

Sept., 1833. Dec., 1853 Still pending
Charles Buffington,-
Larceny.
April, 1854. April, 1851. Convicted.

Sentenced to State prison 1 year.
Morris Jarvis, -
June, 1854. June, 1854.

2 years.
Asahel Burdick,

Sentenced State prison 1 year. Daniel Kinney, Burglary.

Sept., 1853.

Recog. forfeited.

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