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Charged with robbery. --A man named Michael Holland was arrested yesterday, by officers Perrin and Morris, and put in the cage on the charge of assaulting and robbing Philip S. Gregory. Subsequently two other men were lodged in the cage for being concerned in the affair. The robbery took place in the vicinity of the Bacin sheds. Mr. Gregory was despoiled of in Confederate a silver watch and his hat. The names of the parties arrested for being concerned with Holland in the robbery of Gregory, were given at the cage as Patrick Livingston, W. O. Baker, and Wm. Brown.
ve, of a watch, were found guilty, and ordered to be sold into slavery for life. John W. Sartin and Gileon B Thompson, charged with garroting and robbing William Rowe of $40, were tried and acquitted. James Smith, Michael Holland, Patrick Livingston, Wm. Baker, Wm. Brown, and George Brown, sent on by the Mayor for garroting Philip L. Gregory, and robbing him of $87 and a silver watch, were examined.--Smith, Holland, and Livingston, were sent on to answer for felony at the next criminal George Brown, sent on by the Mayor for garroting Philip L. Gregory, and robbing him of $87 and a silver watch, were examined.--Smith, Holland, and Livingston, were sent on to answer for felony at the next criminal term of Judge Lyons's Court. The other three were discharged. Chas. C. Pedrick was arraigned to answer the charge of feloniously stabbing and killing John Mossering, but before the witnesses for the Commonwealth concluded their evidence the Court took a recess till 4½ o'clock.
The Daily Dispatch: October 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Federal account of the battle of Chickamauga. (search)
Found guilty. --James Smith, Michael Holland, and Patrick Livingston, indicted for garroting and robbing Philip L. Gregory, on the night of the 18th of May, have been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court. Smith and Holland were found guilty, and their punishment ascertained at six years in the Penitentiary. Livingston was acquitted, because of the fact that the witness for the Commonwealth was not positive as to his identity. Found guilty. --James Smith, Michael Holland, and Patrick Livingston, indicted for garroting and robbing Philip L. Gregory, on the night of the 18th of May, have been tried before Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court. Smith and Holland were found guilty, and their punishment ascertained at six years in the Penitentiary. Livingston was acquitted, because of the fact that the witness for the Commonwealth was not positive as to his identity.