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The Daily Dispatch: March 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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hard Mulier, was robbed of some ninety five dollars on Saturday evening, in, a house near the depot. John Maher, in whose company he was has been arrested and committed for the their, and the money recovered. Maher had lately been released from the penitentiary, where he had served cut a term for stealing oats from Mr. W. Hedes, of Georgetown, some two years since. Wm. Conley was also committed for the theft of coats from the passage of the dwelling of Mr. McClellan, of C. street, and Ephraim Davis for the theft of boote from the store of Mr. F. W. Smith, on 7th street. Things in New York. New York, March 24. --Superintendent Kennedy received on Saturday, from the Department of the Interior, a correct denes of this city, given by wards, and showing the exact population to be 805,651 persons, including whites, colored, and Indians. Of these latter there are a few only, located in the Twentieth ward. Of the 805,651 persons, there are 836,909 male whites, 406,272 female