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The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], Recognition of the
Arrests. --The city police, on Saturday, arrested Harriet, slave of Banks Ward, on the charge of breaking open the house of Mrs. J. C. Robinson and stealing a gold chain valued at $50, gold bracelet at $14, gold thimble, and $325 in C. S. Treasury notes; John Myers, for being insensibly drunk in Locust Alley; Robert, slave of Dr. Pollard, for having one pistol in his possession, and Ben, slave of R. C. Howe, for having two; Francis McNamara, for beating his wife, and threatening to kill her and her children; Michael Lotts and John France, for fighting on Main street. Yesterday, John Needham was put in the cage for keeping a disorderly house.
The Daily Dispatch: October 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], Proceedings in the