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he thought the watch had been either sent or carried out of town by a man named Blake, but that he would endeavor to get it, and would leave it at a certain barber-sroom, (Mr. Gardner himself being in the next room sleep,) an old soldier, named Blake, who belonged to my command some time since, made his appearance and asked me t my horse for a short while. I declined doing so, as I had to use him myself. Blake then went into Mr. Gardner's room and remained there for several minutes. Aftebsequently, that Mr. Gardner had lost his watch, and immediately suspected that Blake had stolen it when he was in his room. Blake was in the habit of going throughBlake was in the habit of going through the enemy's lines as a scout, and on several occasions he has returned with a number of very fine watches, which he said he had taken from the pockets of dead Yankestolen watch, and to leave no stone unturned towards obtaining it. Knowing that Blake came to Mr. Gardner's to see me, both my son and myself felt hurt that Mr. Gard