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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1863., [Electronic resource], Provisions for the army — Responses to the President's address. (search)
Hustings Court, Friday, April 17. --Recorder Caskie presiding. John Jones was examined on the charge of engaging in the "riot" of April 2d, and stealing a dozen hats and other property from John T Hicks, on Cary street. Defendant was sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons. Ann Murphy, charged with stealing $195 from John White, and William Sullivan, charged with breaking into the tailor shop of John C. Shafer, were severally examined and sent on. John Costello, charged with robbing P Rondley at the Delevan House, on Cary street, had his case continued until the next term, the principal witness not appearing against him.
Arrests --The following arrests were made by the police yesterday, viz: Benjamin, slave of Sarah J Ellis, for stealing from John Cariton a trunk, containing $100 worth of clothing, $75 in money, and a silver watch; Mrs. M. A. Pomfrey, for entering Pollard & Walker's store, on the 2d of April, and stealing a large quantity of bacon; and Rhody McCauley, for feloniously entering Mary Broderick's house and stealing $100 worth of corned beef.