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in the street. The continued case of Mrs. Ann Perrin, charged with running slaves through the rested, he (Gunn) stated that he was merely Mrs. Perrin's agent in the matter of running negroes through the lines, and that Mrs. Perrin had received half a dozen silver spoons from one negro and a Detectives Reese and Craddock, and arrested Mrs. Perrin. The accused acknowledged that she had ther for assisting a negro through the lines. Mrs. Perrin hesitated, at first, in her answer, and theThose silver spoons." After a little while, Mrs. Perrin said that the spoons were at the house of a called him out. When Blankinship appeared, Mrs. Perrin said, "Let me have those spoons that I gavehe spoons out and delivered them to Reese. Mrs. Perrin claimed that the spoons were brought her byr the negro woman who brought the spoons to Mrs. Perrin were free or not; but the other, who broughMr. Halsey. Mrs. Counsels, daughter of Mrs. Perrin, testified that the dress was bought by her[1 more...]