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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Pocket picking. --The Provost Guard yesterday arrested John Finnegan, a member of Company K, Sixth Louisiana Regiment, on the charge of picking a man's pocket of a sum of money, and landed the party at the Eastern District Station-House to be turned over to the civil authorities this morning for examination.
The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], Vice-President Stephens on reconstruction. (search)
e of himself. Officer Moore stated that he had found Motley lying insensibly drunk in the market-house. Motley said he had brought the liquor upon which he got drunk down the railroad with him. The Mayor reprimanded and discharged him. John Finnegan was charged with stealing a horse from Dr. James M. Spindle. It appeared that the horse, being tied in Timberlake's lot, on Broad street, Finnegan, who is the inmate of a hospital, mounted him and rode off. Dr. Spindle pursued and caught himFinnegan, who is the inmate of a hospital, mounted him and rode off. Dr. Spindle pursued and caught him and beat him considerably. He broke away from the Doctor, and, notwithstanding that he claims to be a lame soldier, made as pretty a run for two squares down Broad street as ever was seen at Broad Rock. The Doctor, however, again overhauled him and handed him over to the police. The Mayor sent the accused on for trial. Some negro cases of no interest were disposed of, and the court adjourned.