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The Daily Dispatch: December 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], The supply of
— no chance for the speculators — the members of the conference Visiting the Wood Navy-Yard — the weather. (search)
False pretences. --It is to be regretted that we have in this community any of that class of beings known as sharpers, who feather their nests by deceptive practices, and take advantage of every opportunity to fleece an unsuspecting stranger; but we suppose this is one of the luxuries peculiar to the metropolis of a great nation. Frank Livingston was arraigned before the Recorder on Saturday to answer a charge of obtaining money from Captain Kilpatrick and J. G. Hawthorn, of South Carolina, by false pretences. The prisoner desired to have some witnesses summoned in his behalf; and the investigation was, therefore, postponed until to-day. If he proves his innocence, we shall be gratified to record the fact as an item to the credit of Richmond morality; but, if otherwise, he will have to stand the consequences of a felonious proceeding.
The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1861., [Electronic resource],
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False Pretences. --Frank Livingston, charged with obtaining money from Captains F. Kilpatrick and Jas. G. Hawthorne, by false pretence, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday. It appeared from the testimony that he represented himself to be a lieutenant in the 14th Louisiana regiment, and had so registered himself on the book at the Exchange; that an intimacy sprang up between himself and Captains Kilpatrick and Hawthorne, and to relieve him of temporary embarrassment, until be could pr
icers, finding they had been victimized, concluded that it was best to put a stop to such sharp practices, and therefore made the complaint which led to his arrest.
There are certain papers in the hands of the Mayor, which go to show that "Private Livingston" was attached to Col. Zoulakowaki's Louisiana regiment, and that he was charged with uttering disloyal sentiments and with at tempting to perpetrate a fraud upon the Farmers Bank of Virginia, With a view to give it a thorough investigation,
Continued. --The case of Frank Livingston, who is charged with obtaining money by false pretences, has been further continued by order of the Mayor.
The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], From
The Daily Dispatch: April 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], Before the battle. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: March 26, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Northern border. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: May 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], In Article Mortis (search)
Miscellaneous. --Seventeen Yankee prisoners were received at the Libby on yesterday--ten belonging to Storeman's cavalry, were captured on the Rapiden. Eight hundred from Atlanta, Ga., were expected last night from Lynchburg. Several thousand will — probably arrive to day from Guinea Station A C Garey, of Harrison co, sent to Castle Thunder as a hostage, was discharged by order of General Winder yesterday. Ransom Washington and Riddick Wilson, free negroes, have been lodges in the Military prison on the charge of guiding the Yankees during their recent around Richmond. Robert S. Parker, for assigning soldiers to desert, and Frank Livingston for being a spy, have been lodged in Castle Thunder for trial. John Orrell, a burglar, who recently escaped from the city jail, has been re-arrested and conducted to his old quarters.
The Daily Dispatch: September 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], On board
steamer Satellite, (search)
The Daily Dispatch: September 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Yankee Faithlessness. (search)