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The Daily Dispatch: October 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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ooking, small-sized man, residing at the corner of 22d and Main streets, was brought up to answer the charge of robbing Wm. Linden, a soldier, of $260 in notes at his own house By the testimony of Linden it appeared that he had just arrived in the ciLinden it appeared that he had just arrived in the city from Winchester, Tuesday, when Conner met him at the market, (having previously seen him show another man his money,) shook him warmly by the hand, professed a former acquaintanceship with Linden, which the latter denied, saying "you have the advaLinden, which the latter denied, saying "you have the advantage of me" then spoke of Father O'Connell, a favorite priest of Linden's which established Conner in his good graces; the latter invited him to his house. While there owing to the kindness of the stranger, felt quite at home, and took out his monePrisoner, on his taking out the money to pay for the drinks, had obligingly offered to count it for him, and did so. When Linden related the facts attending the loss of his funds to the wife of the prisoner she said she was very sorry, but could not
Called Court. --The magistrates of the Hustings Court will assemble to-day, at 11 o'clock at the City Hall, for the purpose of examining John C Connor, charged with robbing William Linden, a soldier, of $260, on Main street, last Friday.