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The Daily Dispatch: September 13, 1864., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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posed of: Nicholas Carroll was charged with cheating and defrauding Mrs. Julia A. Farris out of one hundred and seventy dollars and fifty cents. From the statement made by Mrs. Farris, it appears that lady broke up housekeeping about the 17th of August, and went to Carroll's restaurant, on Main street, where she was to recei it, and she had authorized him to get it from the boy. Upon this statement, Mrs. Farris's son gave up the money to Carroll, and then sought his mother and informed her of what had taken place Mrs. Farris denied giving him any such authority, and applied to him for the money, but he would not pay it to her till the amount which ill the 1st of September. Becoming dissatisfied with the conduct of Carroll, Mrs. Farris determined to leave, and accordingly rented rooms elsewhere; and when she rerting testimony was given, though the counsel for the accused intimated that Mrs. Farris was a boarder at his client's house, and the money was advanced in payment o