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once who had robbed him, and he therefore determined to obtain a warrant against Mrs. Hopkins, her son, and Augustus Shopperson. Subsequently, however, he concluded not to have the latter arrested, because he had told him that Thad. Hopkins committed the theft, and got him to help dispose of what he had stolen Shopperson went with him to several stores where some of his goods had been sold, and at one of them he fully identified a lot of guncaps which were among the articles lost. James Williams a youth, about 12 years of age, nephew of Mrs. Hopkins, stated that since the robbery of Jones's store he had been told confidentially by Shepperson that he (S.) had, on one occasion, stole $20 from his sent without her knowing it; that he intended breaking into Spratley's store, near the New Market, and that there being a pitcher and basin in a certain barber shop near the market which he fancied, it was his intention to break into that also and steal them Shopperson confessed to him at
Judge Lyons's Court, yesterday. --George Turner, convicted of petit larceny, was yesterday sentenced to imprisonment in the penitentiary for one year. James Williams, convicted of petit larceny, was also sentenced to imprisonment in the penitentiary for one year. The Court directed that five years additional be added, the prisoner having already served one term in this institution. Patrick McGowan, indicted for stealing bacon from Lucien Peyronet, was put upon trial, and after examination of witnesses and argument of counsel the case was given to the jury; but they being unable to agree after an hour's deliberation, the Judge discharged them, and admitted the accused to ball for his appearance at the next term. The jury in the case of John Ford, indicted for felony, had not agreed at late hour.
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