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Twenty thousand Dollars Embezzled. --On the 17th ult., the firm of Carbajose, Ybarzabal & Co., merchants of Havana, Cuba, were robbed of about $20,000, by a man named Pastor Riemus, who had long been employed by them as collector and confidential clerk.--With the funds thus acquired, Riemus set out for New York, arriving there on the 22d ult., in the steamship Bienville. Information of the matter having been sent to Key West, it was thence communicated by telegraph to N. York, and the accused was arrested Monday evening. A search of the apartment occupied by the prisoner resulted in the recovery of about $11,000 of the money, and it is hoped that the balance will be found. Riemus will be detained pending the action of the authorities.
rights and liberties. That we have sufficient confidence in the people of the United States, in their love of the Union and reverence for the laws, to believe that they will, upon all just occasions, oppose and resist any clear violation of the Constitution, whether attempted in wantonness or under the forms of law. But we hold, that to anticipate and assume such violation, under existing circumstances, is at once unwise and unjust, and we shall regard the appointment of " minute men" and "committees of safety," as contemplated in one of the resolutions adopted by a portion of the people of the county of Princess Anne, on the 17th inst., as the exercise of authority unknown to the laws of the State of Virginia, and of an irritating and revolutionary character. That we have seen nothing to justify any distrust in the constituted authorities of the State, that they will not in due time, and in a proper manner, vindicate the laws and maintain the dignity of the Commonwealth.