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The Daily Dispatch: January 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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A Mistress charged with Steeling from her servant. --A German woman, named Louise Rumpt, made complaint before the Mayor yesterday against Mrs. Louisa Coleburn, for breaking open her trunk a day or two since and stealing therefrom $820 in Confederate and corporation notes. From the mass of almost unintelligible testimony, wiven in broken German, we give the following as the gist of the evidence: The witnesses for the complainant asseverate that during the absence from home of Miss Rumpt, who has been for several months back in the employment of Mrs. Coleburn as a servant, her trunk was broken open and the money taken from the pocket of a dress found the knife and some money, amounting to a little over $400, some of which Coleburn recognized as a part of that which he had stolen from him. Subsequently Miss Rumpt acknowledged, according to the testimony of a witness, that she had taken the knife which he had lost, and that the money found in her trunk was some which she