Your search returned 8 results in 4 document sections:
The Daily Dispatch: February 18, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Confederate States Congress. (search)
Recovery of stolen goods. --Officers Granger and Morris yesterday executed a warrant to search the house of Mrs. Mary White, keeper of a millinery establishment on Main street, it being suspected that certain articles which had been stolen from the Monumental Church some time since would be found therein. On that lady's inquiring what they were in search of, they gave her the proper information, when she very readily gave them the key to her trunk, in which she said the things would be fation, when she very readily gave them the key to her trunk, in which she said the things would be found. The articles, according to Mrs. White's statement, were purchased by her from a young man some time since. In the performance of their duty, Mrs. W. was taken in custody by the officers, and she will appear before the Mayor this morning. The articles found were one Turkey satin scarf, and one black silk gown, valued at $800, which were identified as the property of the aforesaid church.
The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], The fight on
John's Island. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], The situation in
Mayor's Court. --On Saturday morning last about two and a half hours were consumed by the Mayor in the disposition of the following cases: Mrs. Mary White, charged with receiving one Turkey satin scarf and one silk gown, which had been stolen from the Monumental Church some months since, was again before the Mayor. A female witness was introduced, who testified that she was present when a young man entered Mrs. White's store and offered the articles for sale. Upon a plausible reasoMrs. White's store and offered the articles for sale. Upon a plausible reason being given how he came in possession of the goods, Mrs. W. bought them and put them among some other goods which she had for sale in the store. After hearing this testimony the accused was promptly discharged. The charge preferred against Richard Wynant, of breaking into the store of N. Tinsley Pate and stealing therefrom twelve bottles of champagne, valued at $250; twelve bottles of wine, worth $200; twelve bottles of Scotch whiskey, valued at $300; and one bag of coffee, worth $1,500,
The Daily Dispatch: March 4, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Fifty dollars reward. (search)
The Cage. --Robert, slave of Miss Mary White, was arrested yesterday and locked up on the charge of breaking into the storeroom of the Spotswood hotel on Wednesday night and stealing therefrom a lot of coffee, sugar, &c. John Cunningham, white, was arrested and caged on the ground of being a dissolute character and having no visible means of support. A while man named James White was arrested and committed to the watch house on the charge of stealing a shawl from James McGehee.