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The Daily Dispatch: May 10, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 19, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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new. The case was continued. Thomas Collier, Lee Whitehouse and Jerry Dunnavon, were charged with stealing a Confederate four per cent. certificate. Mr. Leath not appearing the case was continued, and the accused committed to jail. James Hanley and Pat Carrick were charged with being idle and dissolute characters, without visible means of support.--Hanley, who had Maryland papers, was committed to jail in default of security to be of good behavior. Carrick was sent to the Castle Thuouse and Jerry Dunnavon, were charged with stealing a Confederate four per cent. certificate. Mr. Leath not appearing the case was continued, and the accused committed to jail. James Hanley and Pat Carrick were charged with being idle and dissolute characters, without visible means of support.--Hanley, who had Maryland papers, was committed to jail in default of security to be of good behavior. Carrick was sent to the Castle Thunder authorities, he having broken out of that institution.