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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1862., [Electronic resource], Reported capture of
Cage Cases. --The following subjects were arrested by the police yesterday: Wm. A Reed, the party charged with stealing various articled from the Linwood House, in company with John Smith, and who escaped from the Mayor's Court about a week since while undergoing an examination. Anderson, slave of Louise Bunton, for stealing a boat from Barry, slave of Mary Anderson, worth $35. John H. Goodwin, for stealing a log of wood from Nallor & Smith. The above were lodged in the First Market Station House James Clarke, a white man, and a boy, name unknown, were arrested and put in the 2d Station House charged with garroting and robbing a man in sugar Eastern--a locality south of the basic on the line of 9th street, near the site of Trout a old bridge.