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The Daily Dispatch: November 26, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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tent to commit a larceny. Wm. Flemments, a Baltimorean, charged with the murder of Mike Horan, at the place of Carter & Roache, in Henrico, three weeks since, was acquitted on that charge; but, on account of previous bad character in the Monumental City, amply proved by the Warden of the Maryland Penitentiary and others, was required to give $500 security for his good behavior, and failing, was committed to jail. Wm. Pitts was committed for a further examination, on the oath of W. A. Griffin and others, for house breaking and grand larceny. Pitts was found in possession of an immense chisel by one of the watchmen at a late hour of the night, and it happened that said chisel exactly fitted the indentures made in the door ways of several houses broken open on Friday night. Thomas Alexander, arrested for stealing a $30 shawl from Charles Dekab, was arraigned, and the witness desired by the prisoner to prove his innocence having appeared, gave testimony strongly in behalf