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The Daily Dispatch: January 23, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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Arrest of Thieves. --Officer L. M. Carter yesterday arrested a negro man named Washington Witcher, slave of Turpin & Yarborough, charged with stealing two baskets of crockery ware, one box of bed clothing, and one rocking chair, valued at $300, from Mr. Robert Richardson, of this city. He was lodged in the cage for safekeeping. A negro man named William, the property of C. Crow, was arrested by officer Crone for stealing pork from Wm. Cullingworth's, a butcher in the First Market. William was lodged in the same place of confinement. The police were put on the track, at a late hour yesterday, of Baldwin and Wm. Robinson, two slaves employed at the flour mill Haxall, Crenshaw & Co., charged with robbing the C. S. Government of a lot of corn which had been stored away. The examination of the accused will take place before the Mayor this morning.