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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1863., [Electronic resource],
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Dismissed. --Wm. Banks, a free negro, was caught in the street on Friday night last, beating a drum and without a proper pass. His good character being certified to the Mayor discharged him. A little boy, named James Sullivan, in company with some other boys, went into the gun store of Mr. James Walsh, on Main street, on Friday afternoon last, and took from his drawer a considerable sum of money. In a short time after, finding that they were known, one of them returned and threw the money on the counter. Sullivan was arrested on the charge of stealing it; but the Mayor, in consideration of the extreme youth of the lad, as well as from the fact that the money had been returned, dismissed him with an admonition to pursue an honest life in future.