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The Daily Dispatch: February 17, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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and locked up till yesterday morning. On the persons of these fellows were found one of the watches, several watch keys, seals, and a considerable proportion of the alive and Confederate notes, which Mr. Cralg readily identified. The parties were also sworn to as the perpetrators of the robbery. They were remanded for examination before a special term of the Hustings Court, to be held next Monday. Thomas Trimmer, a white boy, was charged with throwing show balls at the house of Mrs. Martha Daniel, on Monday evening, very much to her annoyance. The evidence proved the offence against the accused, but, in consideration of its trivial character, and his evident mortification at being arraigned for prosecution, the Mayor discharged him with a reprimand. Virginia Wilkerson, charged with receiving certain articles belonging to Alexander Craig, knowing them to have been stolen, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. A free negress, named Ann Eliza Fox, arre