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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], General Loring and the Enlisting Difficulties in Southwestern Virginia. (search)
Arrests. --The following arrests were made during Saturday and Sunday by the city police: Peter Manning, for picking the pocket of John H. Leonard of $7.75 and a pair of gloves worth $5 at a restaurant on Wall street. The robbery occurred at 3" o'clock yesterday morning, and the proceeds were found on the person of the accused. James Carson was caged yesterday morning for stealing a pair of boots worth $30, from Lawrence Johnson, and Charles Summers, for stealing a pocket-book containing $3, a soldier's discharge from the army, and other papers.
mitted to jail in default of $200 ball for his good behavior, on the charge of behaving disorderly in the street, while drank, and assaulting his wife. Willie Grace, son of the above named, was sent to prison for want of surety in a like amount for resisting the police in the discharge of their duty and behaving disorderly. Hannah, slave of Thomas T. Emmett, was committed for going at large contrary to law. James Carson, arrested on the charge of stealing a pair of boots from Lawrence Johnson, was discharged after an examination. Peter Manning, charged with picking the pocket. of John H. Leonard of $9.75 and a pair of gloves, worth $5, in a restaurant on Wall street early on Sunday morning, was acquitted. The accused and accuser were both fined one dollar each for violating a city ordinance by getting drunk. Stephen West, a negro from Northampton county, without free papers, arrested for being drunk, was sent aboard the steamer Patrick Henry, where he belonged.