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The Daily Dispatch: August 29, 1862., [Electronic resource], The gunboats. (search)
The Cage. --John Starke, charged with stealing $37 in notes from J. Temple, was placed in the lock- up yesterday.--Nors Enright, daughter of Honors Enright, on complaint of Mary Racy for keeping a disorderly house and selling ardent spirits, was also furnished with lodging apartments at the same institution. The mother pretended sickness, and consequently escaped arrest.
The Daily Dispatch: September 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], From
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Called Court. --A called Court in Hustings, consisting of Recorder Caskie and Aldermen Samuel Bray, Timberlake, Lipscomb, Gwathmey, and Anderson, assembled at the City Hall at 11 o'clock yesterday, to examine John Starke, a member of the City Battalion, who was charged with having, about a week since, stolen a number of papers of value and thirty-seven dollars in money from John Temple. The accused, a mere youth in age and appearance, had been arrested in a restaurant by officer Bibb, atalue and thirty-seven dollars in money from John Temple. The accused, a mere youth in age and appearance, had been arrested in a restaurant by officer Bibb, at the suggestion of Temple, who swore positively to the commission of the offence by Starke. On the examination, yesterday, he did not deem it proper to appear, and the Court, after listening to officer Bibb's statement, declined to hold him in custody. He was accordingly discharged, but sent before Major Griswold, the Provost Marshal.