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The Daily Dispatch: March 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], Runaway--
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Attention --I am authorized by the Governor to reorganize the "Mayo Mounted Guard" of this city, and all those not conscripts, desirous of joining, will meet at City Hall at 7 Û o'clock Saturday evening, 5th inst. All old members will bring their arms. Wm English, Captain, mb 4--2t*
The Daily Dispatch: June 23, 1864., [Electronic resource], Horace Greeley Among the
Attempted Burglary. --About one o'clock yesterday morning an attempt was made to break into the grocery store of Capt Wm English, at the corner of Leigh and 2d streets. The thief was working at the rear door and had succeeded in wrenching off the padlock which secured it from the outside, when he was discovered by a servant woman sleeping on the premises, who gave the alarm, which frightened him off. While the burglarious operation was going on a man was observed on the opposite side of the street, and as soon as the negro woman who gave the alarm made her appearance he walked up to her and with an oath remarked that she had spoilt the whole business, for he was watching the thief and as soon as he succeeded in getting inside the store it was his intention to come over and bag him before he could get off. It is believed that he was an accomplice.
The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], Escape of
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Charged with stealing Wood. --Officers Bibb and Adams arrested yesterday afternoon Patrick Boyle, Patrick McCarthy, and Daniel Egan, white, and Robert, slave of Wm English, charged with stealing $120 worth of wood from Richard Reins. They were locked up in the cage till this morning.