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The Daily Dispatch: March 3, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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which the two men fled were found a faro table ready spread, with chips, cards, &c., laid out, and that everything indicated that a game was in progress when the raid was made. Before the Mayor the following evidence was given yesterday: Angus Lyon was sworn, but upon being interrogated by the Mayor as to whether he had ever seen the game of faro exhibited by Duke in this house, and, if so, when, declined to answer, alleging as a reason that he would thereby implicate himself. He, howeveation upon being informed by His Honor that unless he answered the question, and that quickly, he would be sent to prison and fined besides; and also upon being assured that no testimony he could give in the case would subject him to prosecution. Lyon thereon was that the last time be fast. A man from Charon Satme was then dealing. He had seen Duke himself deal about six months ago, but not since. Z. E. Taylor was then sworn, and deposed that, on the 15th of December last, he was in co