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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Stolen Goods. --Joe Gaines, a free negro, was before the Mayor yesterday morning, to answer the charge of stealing a buggy valued at $1,000, the property of John W. Frayser, and with having in his possession boots, shoes, etc., stolen from John Tyndall, knowing the same to have been stolen. Gaines is the keeper of a stable Gaines is the keeper of a stable near 7th and Cary streets. Officer Perrin, on searching the premises, found the buggy, which had been taken to pieces and newly painted; a roll of carpeting, and several pairs of boots and shoes, which were taken from Tyndall's shop on the 13th inst., the shop having been broken open. There were also in the stable three mules and a horse, supposed to have been put there improperly. Gaines, on being arraigned, stated that the larger portion of the stable had been rented to a white man, who claimed the mules, horse, and buggy; that the carpet was in the loft when he rented the building, and that he had never seen the boots, shoes, etc. Desirous of givi