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The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], The experience of a radical on a trip to Washington.--what he saw and heard (search)
made some trivial inquiry, and turned off. In police parance Goodrick "spotted" the man, and instituted a watch on his movements. He afterwards proceeded to Mr. Peter Wise, the disbursing clerk, described the stranger, hinted his suspicions and directed if he called again, which the officer felt certain he would do, Mr. Wise musMr. Wise must pay the check.--Sure enough the fellow came, and not seeing anything to alarm him presented a check for $1,590, payable to Henry Turner. Wise saw it was a forgery, but handed over the amount in large notes as requested; and Mr. Turner was retiring, when he was seized by the Detective, who compelled him to restore the money, andWise saw it was a forgery, but handed over the amount in large notes as requested; and Mr. Turner was retiring, when he was seized by the Detective, who compelled him to restore the money, and then took him to C. S. Commissioner Watson's office, where he underwent an examination, outing which it was ascertained that the forger was a notorious this from New Orleans, who usually went by the name of Tim O'Brien. The name would indicate that he was of Irish descent but he looked like anything else rather than a genuine Mu