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March 15th (search for this): article 10
Robbery of a Government Train. --A letter to the St. Lonis Republican, from Tucson, Arizona, dated March 15th, says: "It is said that a Government supply train for Fort Buchanan, loaded with $30,000 worth of property, has been driven over the line in to Sonora by those having it in charge. The train is nowhere on the road, and had not been seen after passing Burro Canon; some twenty miles this side of Fort McLane. Application will be made to the Sonora authorities for the arrest of the thieves and return of the property."
Sonora (California, United States) (search for this): article 10
Robbery of a Government Train. --A letter to the St. Lonis Republican, from Tucson, Arizona, dated March 15th, says: "It is said that a Government supply train for Fort Buchanan, loaded with $30,000 worth of property, has been driven over the line in to Sonora by those having it in charge. The train is nowhere on the road, and had not been seen after passing Burro Canon; some twenty miles this side of Fort McLane. Application will be made to the Sonora authorities for the arrest of the thieves and return of the property."
Federal Point (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 10
Robbery of a Government Train. --A letter to the St. Lonis Republican, from Tucson, Arizona, dated March 15th, says: "It is said that a Government supply train for Fort Buchanan, loaded with $30,000 worth of property, has been driven over the line in to Sonora by those having it in charge. The train is nowhere on the road, and had not been seen after passing Burro Canon; some twenty miles this side of Fort McLane. Application will be made to the Sonora authorities for the arrest of the thieves and return of the property."
Tucson (Arizona, United States) (search for this): article 10
Robbery of a Government Train. --A letter to the St. Lonis Republican, from Tucson, Arizona, dated March 15th, says: "It is said that a Government supply train for Fort Buchanan, loaded with $30,000 worth of property, has been driven over the line in to Sonora by those having it in charge. The train is nowhere on the road, and had not been seen after passing Burro Canon; some twenty miles this side of Fort McLane. Application will be made to the Sonora authorities for the arrest of the thieves and return of the property."