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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], Capture of a Railroad train and ninety three Yankees. (search)
prisoner at Sharpsburg and sent home by the Yankees. The money probably belonged to him. The detective police of the Eastern District had occasion yesterday to visit Hugnes's row, on 17th street, and picked up in the yard a man named Capt. Franklin, of Mississippi, very drunk and whose pockets had been mined inside out. After the officers had deposited him in prison they were informed that he had been robbed, by a young man who saw the parties commit the depredation. They returned to Hughes's row and arrested a number of men, two of whom, James Gannon and — Kelley, were carried to prison. Gannon besides a British protection belonging to himself, had on his person Franklin's commission as Captain. On Kelley, who crept under a bed when the officers appeared, was found a pocket diary and $15 of Franklin's money, An attempt, showing great determination of purpose, was made by robbers on Saturday night about 2 o'clock to enter and rob a store on 15th street, in Belvin's Block