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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Federal Excursion into Florida. (search)
ther examination before the Hustings Court. Investigation of the charge against Joshua Owens, of stealing a gold watch and chain, worth $3,000, from Capt. William Clarkson, was postponed till Tuesday next. Owena worked himself into the good graces of Capt, Clarkson a few nights since while on a spree, and after the Captain Clarkson a few nights since while on a spree, and after the Captain had fallen asleep he slipped out of the room and, by representation that he had been sent for the watch and chain, obtained it from the lady of the house with whom they had been deposited. Owens afterwards exchanged his booty for alive watch and $100 in money. The gold watch and chain belonging to Capt. Clarkson were subsequentlCapt. Clarkson were subsequently deposited with C. J. Lumsden, Watchmaker, for repairs, from whom it has been obtained. to the absence of material witnesses the case was postponed till Tuesday next. Robert Faircloth, a youth, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon for cutting and stabbing a negro boy, slave of Jones &Childrey, Not knowing the extent of the