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The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1863., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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urday last, when Mr. John L. Woodson saw it hitched to a wagon on Broad street, and driven by Mrs. Pearman. Knowing the horse well, Mr. Woodson had Robert O. Pearman arrested and the horse taken in cRobert O. Pearman arrested and the horse taken in charge by police officer Kelley.--Yesterday morning Pearman appeared before the Mayor to answer the charge of having the stolen horse in his possession. Pearman proved that he purchased the animal ofPearman appeared before the Mayor to answer the charge of having the stolen horse in his possession. Pearman proved that he purchased the animal of Geo. Butler, formerly a member of company D, 13th Virginia infantry, and paid a fair price for him. With these facts Pearman was discharged and the horse turned over to Capt. Irby. Pearman proved that he purchased the animal of Geo. Butler, formerly a member of company D, 13th Virginia infantry, and paid a fair price for him. With these facts Pearman was discharged and the horse turned over to Capt. Irby. ed the animal of Geo. Butler, formerly a member of company D, 13th Virginia infantry, and paid a fair price for him. With these facts Pearman was discharged and the horse turned over to Capt. Irby.