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The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported Evacuation of Norfolk and Portsmouth. (search)
Police Mullers. --James Sullivan, F. McNelles, and Edward Ryan, charged with robbing Frank Jordan while lying drunk to the street, of a gold locket and chain, were committed to the lower police station, yesterday. Jordan was also committed for being drunk.--Mrs. W. A. Wagener, for receiving a gold watch and chain, valued at $100, stolen from W. B. Ferrell, was arrested yesterday and balled for examination.
ablishment on the South side of Main street, near 19th, made her appearance before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of receiving a gold watch stolen of W. B. Ferrell, knowing the same to have been stolen. Mr. Ferrell, an employee at Chimborazo Hospital, stated that on the night of the 12th of June his watch was stolen fromMr. Ferrell, an employee at Chimborazo Hospital, stated that on the night of the 12th of June his watch was stolen from under his pillow, and that he heard no more of it till Sunday last, when Edward V. McCarthy, a patient in the hospital, told him it was at Mrs. Wagener's. Mr. Ferrell, accompanied by another gentleman, went to Mrs. W.'s store, and found his watch, with a variety of others, in the show case. After examining it, and learning the prMr. Ferrell, accompanied by another gentleman, went to Mrs. W.'s store, and found his watch, with a variety of others, in the show case. After examining it, and learning the price at which it was held, ($275,) Mr. F. obtained a warrant and had the watch seized. When McCarthy was questioned as to how he knew where the watch was he stated that he had been told so by a gentleman then in the city, and had gone to the store and seen the watch in the case. Mrs. Wagener proved that she purchased the watch of