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The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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store was broken into and robbed of $10,000 worth of goods, for which one man has been convicted and sent to the penitentiary. Sullivan, the convict, boarded at Sexton's, on 17th street, and visited the prisoner, who lived next door. This prisoner and Charlotte Gilman were presented with a piece of cloth by Sullivan, which they had made into cloaks, and which they afterwards got Eliza Sexton to conceal for them, fearing the Detectives would discover that portion of their apparel. Miss Sexton got another woman to conceal the cloaks for her, and thereby lost one of them. She also concealed other articles when the officers were searching her brother's hoMiss Sexton got another woman to conceal the cloaks for her, and thereby lost one of them. She also concealed other articles when the officers were searching her brother's house, and thus entangled herself-in the meshes of the law. Miss St. Clair proved by Miss Gilman that they did not know the goods were stolen when given to them. As she gave information to the police and testified against Sullivan, the Sextons threatened her with vengeance, and have thus brought on this prosecution. The secured was