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The Daily Dispatch: December 30, 1862., [Electronic resource], Fredericksburg Relief fund. (search)
Mayor's Court, Monday, Dec. 29th. --Richard Barry was arraigned, charged with being a suspicious character. He had been arrested Saturday night by officer Griffin, while running from a house near St. James's Church, with others, the cry of murder and stop thief being heard to proceed therefrom immediately before. Barry who is a native of St. Louis, Mo., ran up 5th street, and was captured, his companions escaping, The cause of the cry was hot Barry was commented as a suspicious character in default of $200 security for his good behavior. John W. Goodwyn, aged about 17, was arraigned for stealing a lot of wood, belonging so Nailor to Smith, from off the Banin. Having been caught in the act, be was committed, for indictment. George Green a small boy, as verdant as his name implied was called to the bar for appropriating two doll babies belonging to Samuel Frank installs caddy stere, corner of 6th and Broad streets, on Saturday evening. The waxen images were hold as e