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The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1863., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Acquitted. --Edward W. Grant, charged with receiving 640 pounds of coffee, stolen from Wm. W. Sacad, knowing the same to have been stolen, was examined before the Mayor on Saturday and discharged. Grant proved that he purchased the coffee of Joseph Lepinskey, a grocer on 17th street, believing him to be a blockade runner — that he made the trade in open day, paying $3 per pound for the coffee — and that he was a man of good moral character, respected by all who know him.--About 50 pounds g the same to have been stolen, was examined before the Mayor on Saturday and discharged. Grant proved that he purchased the coffee of Joseph Lepinskey, a grocer on 17th street, believing him to be a blockade runner — that he made the trade in open day, paying $3 per pound for the coffee — and that he was a man of good moral character, respected by all who know him.--About 50 pounds of the coffee were found in his house, which were turned over to Mr. Sacad, who identified it as his pro
Sent on. --Myer Myers, the young man charged with aiding and abetting in feloniously stealing 640 pounds of coffee from Wm. W. Sacad, was remanded by the Mayor for further examination before the Hustings Court, and held to bail for his appearance in the sum of $1,000.