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--Wm. White and Wm. Bowen privates in the 7th Georgia regiment, charged with shooting Fred. Grope and Lowis Sweiger, had their case continued till Monday. Ann Murphy was examined for stealing $125 from Eliza White. The robbery took place Wednesday night, while the parties were in the same bed at the house of Mrs. White. Thes were in the same bed at the house of Mrs. White. The latter alleged that she had allowed Ann Murphy to sleep there because her husband had gone North and left her unprotected. No one but Ann Murphy know where she kept her money. The prisoner was committed for further examination before the April term of the Hustings Court. es were in the same bed at the house of Mrs. White. The latter alleged that she had allowed Ann Murphy to sleep there because her husband had gone North and left her unprotected. No one but Ann Murphy know where she kept her money. The prisoner was committed for further examination before the April term of the Hustings Court.
The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1863., [Electronic resource], Provisions for the army — Responses to the President's address. (search)
Hustings Court, Friday, April 17. --Recorder Caskie presiding. John Jones was examined on the charge of engaging in the "riot" of April 2d, and stealing a dozen hats and other property from John T Hicks, on Cary street. Defendant was sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons. Ann Murphy, charged with stealing $195 from John White, and William Sullivan, charged with breaking into the tailor shop of John C. Shafer, were severally examined and sent on. John Costello, charged with robbing P Rondley at the Delevan House, on Cary street, had his case continued until the next term, the principal witness not appearing against him.
heretofore acted on, John Parcell, Esq., acting as foreman. After examining a number of witnesses, the following parties were indicted: James Williams, stealing a pair of blankets and a coat from Aun Turney, and a number of articles of wearing apparel from Thomas Kelley, on the 15th of January; Mary Conners, receiving on the 7th of March a lot of goods stolen from Chiles & Chenery; Caroline Isaacs, receiving on the 27th of February a large quantity of dry goods stolen from the same firm; Ann Murphy, stealing on the 16th of March $30 in C. S. notes of John White; Thomas Samanni, (a free white person, in conjunction with others,) on the 2d of April, feloniously destroying the property of Minna Schweitzer; Thomas Samanni, robbing Schweitzer's store of $200 in dry goods on the 2d day of April; Sarah Clampion, for stealing, on the 2d day of April, a lot of shoes, &c., from the store of James Knotts; Thomas Alexander, for stealing, on the 23d November, a $30 Shawl from Chas. DeKobe; James
erturned the motion. The trial of Jones then proceeded, and resulted in his being convicted of the crime alleged. He was sent to the State's prison for three years. James White was arraigned for stealing a check for $137,56, payable to M. A Paris, whose name he forged. He presented the check at bank, when he was detected. When called upon to plead to the indictment, White confessed his offence and threw himself upon the mercy of the jury. He was sent to the penitentiary for one year. A jury was sworn to try Ann Murphy for stealing money from John White. The witness, White, it appeared, had gone North, leaving his wife here the only witness in the case. The prospect seemed favorable to an acquittal. The trial commenced at 3 o'clock yesterday evening. An attachment was issued against Jacob Holder, returnable on Friday, at 11 o'clock, because he failed to appear as a witness. The Grand Jury will convene at 11 o'clock on Friday. There will be no Court to day.