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Lydia Maria Child, Isaac T. Hopper: a true life, The two young offenders. (search)
viction in conversation on the subject with Barney Corse, a benevolent member of the Society of Frieenable him to get possession of the money. Barney Corse called upon Mr. Darg, who promptly confirmeed the benevolent zeal of Friend Hopper and Barney Corse, and induced the fugitive to confess what hopper, his son-in-law James S. Gibbons, and Barney Corse, were very earnest to recover the money, foman in Albany. Friend Hopper proposed that Barney Corse should go in pursuit of it, accompanied by ice-officers in an adjoining room to arrest Barney Corse for having stolen money in his possession. made meanwhile to compromise the matter, if Barney Corse would pay the balance of the lost money. H police officers, who advised the arrest of Barney Corse, made themselves very conspicuous in the pet any real evidence to sustain the charge. Barney Corse had never taken measures to prevent the arr testify, on two successive trials, against Barney Corse, who had always sustained a fair character.[4 more...]