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The Daily Dispatch: April 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], "Shall speculators be longer Tolerated?" (search)
Mayor's Court--Thursday, April 2d. --William H. Ross, a free negro, was examined (by Recorder Caskie, who presided in the absence of the Mayor,) for feloniously stealing $1,600 in C. S. notes from Joseph Stuckenberg. The robbery, as previously related, occurred in a house on Main street. The witness, desiring to wash his face, pulled off his great coat, one pocket of which contained the money, and laid it on the counter of the store. Ross being therein. When he had completed his ablutiightest provocation for this robbery save the hope of plunder. By the aid of Mr. Jenkins the garroters were secured until the arrival of the police. The prisoners were remanded for further examination before the Hustings Court on the second Monday in April next. The following cases were continued: John H Day, charged with permitting faro to be exhibited on premises controlled by him; William, slave of Clifford Campbell, and Jos Hall, free, charged with breaking into Smith & Trailer's, and