Brunswick Advertiser May 22, 1880 CAUGHT. W. T. Gray, the chap above alluded to, was caught Thursday morning at Barrington Ferry. He missed his way during the night, and thus allowed his pursuers to reach the river ahead of him. In his possession was found not only the mare, but also a nice coat and pair of spectacles stolen by him from Mr. D. Davidson. He is now in the “Hotel de Moore,” peeping though the bars, looking forward, no doubt, to the time when he will be permitted to wear, not Mr. Davidson’s new “Sunday-go-to-meeting” coat, but one patterned after the skin of a zebra.
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