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The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], The experience of a radical on a trip to Washington.--what he saw and heard (search)
ffice, where he underwent an examination, outing which it was ascertained that the forger was a notorious this from New Orleans, who usually went by the name of Tim O'Brien. The name would indicate that he was of Irish descent but he looked like anything else rather than a genuine Muesish. Major John Ambler, whose name was purportrict imitation of the genuine. It had evidently been filled up by an expert, judging from the manner of its getting up. It was stated after the examination that O'Brien had been arrested several times by the authorities of the Treasury Department for alleged forgeries but had always succeeded in getting off twice at least by runnn. The prisoner was committed for trial before the C. S. District Court on the 10th of May next, and the witnesses were recognized to appear and testify against him. He was a forwards conducted to the county jail and placed in the stone jug under guard. O'Brien is thought to be only one of a gang of scoundrels now in our midst.