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The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Arrests. --The following arrests have been made and committed to the watch-houses since Saturday morning: James, a negro fellow belonging to R. Graves, was arrested charged with breaking into William cullingworth's stall, in the First Market. Robert Lee, white, charged with being drunk and beating Henry, slave of Frederick Riley, was arrested yesterday morning. A white man, named Frederick Miller, was arrested yesterday, charged with robbing Thomas Patterson, on Monday night last, of a gold watch, a pair of boots, a hat, and $150 in money. Patterson was in a beastly state of intoxication, which caused him to keel over by the side of a house near Mayo's Bridge and fall asleep, where he was found by Miller, who divested his person of the articles above enumerated. His arrest was caused by the watch belonging to Patterson being found in the possession of William Brown, who alleges that he bought it from Miller for $900. A batch of negroes, some fifteen in numb