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The Daily Dispatch: July 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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bag of "shiners" which she had in her pocket. All her efforts proved unavailing, however, and the consequence was a night's sojourn in the station house and her appearance before His Honor yesterday morning. Joe Harris was charged with burglariously entering the dwelling house of some person unknown and stealing a lot of flour. In the absence of witnesses for the Commonwealth, the case was continued till this morning. John Camp, a very bad while boy, charged with stealing $10 in the First Market from Geo. Thraves, was committed for want of security for his future good behavior. Ella, slave of Richard James, charged with stealing meat in the Second Market, was ordered to be whipped. Geo W Bens, charged with meal in the Second Market to sell again, was fined $20. Mary was charged with possession of a house to which Amelia Cofield was entitled, but the Mayor deemed the pass one over which he had no control, and therefore discharged the party accused.