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The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1865., [Electronic resource] 12 12 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1865., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Robbery at the Exchange Hotel. --Mr. Weith's room, at the Exchange, was entered through the window on Monday night last and robbed of about eleven hundred and seventy-nine dollars in money. Being mostly notes on Southern banks, they were easily identified, and yesterday a man named William Preston Knuckles was arrested while engaged in trying to exchange them at a broker's office. The thief, in leaving the room, passed out as he came in, and left the window hoisted after him. He will be examined before the Mayor this morning.
Knuckles, charged with entering the room of Mr. Weith, at the Ballard House, on Saturday night las Isaacs & Co.'s,) he heard of the robbery of Mr. Weith. Soon after this, the prisoner came in and ome money of a description like that lost by Mr. Weith. --While examining them, Mr. Weith came in, Mr. Weith came in, and he quietly handed him the notes, one of which he readily identified. As soon as Mr. Weith satiMr. Weith satisfied himself that the money was his, he went in search of an officer, and while he was absent, Knuinally started towards the door, when he met Mr. Weith, and the two exchanged a few words, after wh to run, and was followed down the street by Mr. Weith. Dr. Shepherd, of the firm of Shepherd Weith, and he was afterwards arrested. When Mr. Weith reported the robbery at his office, he descring-house of Messrs. Isaacs & Co., and which Mr. Weith claimed as his own. A witness testified that he sold to Mr. Weith the five dollar note which was here identified. He had no doubt that th[2 more...]