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The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1862., [Electronic resource], The dashing Sumter —— how she Duped the Iroquois. (search)
Robbery by a slave. --Henry, slave of Dr. Watt Tyler, was carried before the Mayor yesterday, charged with having stolen a trunk containing $25 worth of clothing and $200 in money from Persons Walker, a member of the Richmond Hussars, Cobb's Legion. The robbery was effected on Sunday night, and Walker and his companions having arrived at that time on the cars, gave their baggage to Henry, to deliver at the "Johnson House," which he did; but, while their backs were turned after getting theWalker and his companions having arrived at that time on the cars, gave their baggage to Henry, to deliver at the "Johnson House," which he did; but, while their backs were turned after getting there, he put the trunk back in his wagon, and drove off. By considerable exertion his den was traced out at an early hour yesterday morning. The trunk, when found, had been broken open, and a portion of the contents, including the pocket-book containing the $200. A companion of Henry testified that he saw him break open the trunk after bringing it home. Henry appeared in court with one of Mr. W.'s shirts on. Mr. W. stated that the loss of the money rendered him penniless. In order, if possible,
Arrests by the Police. --The police yesterday arrested William, slave of Meredith Brown, for stealing $2.50 from J. E. L. Masourier. The darkey was a runaway at the time. Officer Gentry arrested a negro named Jim Robinson (one of Hatcher & Webster's drivers) for being implicated in the abduction of Mr. Persons Walker's trunk, and $200 therein contained. In searching the premises occupied by him the officer found, next to the slats of his bed, a breach-loading flintlock musket, inscribed "U. S., North Middleton, Conn., 1834." It was evidently stolen from a Government wagon, or private soldier, and concealed for sinister purposes. It can be reclaimed by the owner's going to the cage.