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The Daily Dispatch: November 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], Vice-President Stephens on reconstruction. (search)
Saturday night a week ago and stealing forty thousand dollars in money, watches, jewelry and clothes. It will be recollected that four men, named respectively Reese, Risen, Carroll and Albert, have been already arrested, and have confessed and given up the stolen property. It appeared from the evidence of Detective Lewis ame was Hood, and he had as well "own up." Hood thereupon admitted that his name was Hood, and that he was a captain in the Fourteenth Louisiana regiment, and that Reese was his brother-in-law.--Among the papers found in his pockets were two slips cut from city papers, one mentioning the Werner robbery and the other detailing the facts that came out on the examination of Reese and the others on their examination before the Mayor. The Mayor said that, while there was no doubt that Hood was intimate with some of the thieves, nothing before him connected him with the robbery. He should therefore hand him over to the military authorities. Charles took