boston post 1840

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boston post 1840 - that probably there was booty in tlie pockets....
that probably there was booty in tlie pockets. Dunn then very dexterously drew the tempting pantaloons from under the uncon.scious sleeper’s pillow,^nd went into the next room and counted the money found in the pockets, and they all afterwards shared in it. They all left the house, by the hock window, and slept «'iih an acquaintance in Richmond street. The next day, Dunn paid for some clothes at Carroll’s with a fitly dollar bill, which came from Harvey’s wallett. Each contributed two dollars a piece to pay Patrick Classey’s fare to New York. The party slept in a tavern the next night, and the prisoners and Classey took the Worcesier cars for New York. M’Cariy was a little behind time, and missed the train, and finding he was hunted after he footed it to Newton, slept there and took the cars the next morning. Having joined his companions at Worcester, they proceeded to New York together, and there, from iheir rowdy appearance, swn became marked by the police, so that, when Mr Harvey arrived arrived there in pursuit, the young gentlemen were easily dclecied and secured. Sh'arp and Wilder were defended by 3Ir Park, but the fact that the prisoners entered the National House with M’Cartv, left it with him clandesiinelr, arni fled to New York with him, and were found there in his company, beyond a doubt, were stubborn facts— and Mexican Sovereigns^, American Frmn From Rises 7u 30 h lilt, pitch, lost lal NB. Ship SYV’ Pas* >hip Ship Bark

Clipped from Boston Post11 Dec 1840, FriPage 2

Boston Post (Boston, Massachusetts)11 Dec 1840, FriPage 2
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