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The Daily Dispatch: March 24, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: March 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], The flour impressment case — decision of Judge Lyons--an injunction awarded. (search)
alias William Barrett, for feloniously breaking and entering John C shafer's store-house in the night time and stealing there from $10,000 worth or dry goods. James Morris, Richard Morris and John W Williams were arrested on the same charge. James Morris was also arrested for breaking and entering the jewelry store of Hamet A. and stealing there from watches and jewelry of the value of $2,500. Some of the property was found on his person. The above parties pretend to be Baltimoreans. Thos Carr was arrested for being a suspicious person without viable means of support, and supposed to be one of the persons who robbed Shafer's store. Thomas Collier was arrested as a person of evil fame and without lawful means of support. Francis McAdams was put in for being drunk and disorderly in the street, and the notorious "Capt." Black Livingston was arrested on a warrant charging him with obtaining a military coat under false pretenses from E H Irvin. The cage has seldom held so many mal
imber from Daniel Sullivan. The case of Wm. J. Lusk, for riotously breaking into James Knott's store-house, with the supposed intention of stealing, was called up and continued for further examination. Royal Smith was fined $10 for not having his name and No. painted on a hack run on the streets for hire. Bridget McDonough was remanded for indictment for petty larceny for stealing a calico dress and other articles, worth ten dollars, from Charles Taylor. John T B Irwin, Thos Carr, Jas Sexton, and Jno W Williams, arrested as idle and dissolute persons, were brought up for examination, which they underwent, and were discharged by the Mayor from custody. The case of John M Calloway and Wm. Howell, for interfering with the night watch in the discharge of their duty, and with other persons passing along the street was called, and continued till the 18th. The parties giving bail for their appearance. Elizabeth Ammons, charged with being engaged with others in