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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Burnside expedition — its Destination Solved. (search)
ckpockets. --On Wednesday a week ago Mr. D. T. Williams, a broker of this city, bought a 4 per cent. Confederate certificate for $1,200 from a woman named Elizabeth White, paying her $840 for it, she at the time swearing before a notary that she was the owner of the certificate, and that her name was L. B. Leath, the name mentioned in the certificate. The next day Mr. Williams learned that the certificate had been stolen from Lewis B. Leath, of Petersburg. Mrs. White was arrested, and said she got the certificate from Thomas Collier, who told the police he had received it from one Lee Whitehurst. Collier, Mrs. White, and Whitehurst, were brought befoMrs. White, and Whitehurst, were brought before the Mayor yesterday, when the above facts were proved, and Whitehurst said he had found the certificate in the street. Mr. Leath said the certificate had been stolen from his pocket while he was in the act of getting into the cars at the Petersburg depot last Wednesday morning a week ago. At that time he noticed a young ma