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son put his arm round his neck and bent him back and took his money out of his pocket. The other man took his hat off his head and his handkerchief off his neck. The other man asked, "Has he got any boots on"? Johnson replied, "No, the d — d son of a — ain't got any boots." The thieves then ran off and left him. Jeremiah Toomey testified that, on the night of the alleged robbery, Stokes and the prisoners were in his tavern. They got into a row about a game of cards, and he put them out. Soon after, Stokes came back, saying the prisoners had robbed him. Detective Bray stated, that when he arrested Johnson he had in his pocket bogus detective papers. The prisoners were sent on to the Hustings Court. Mr. Toomey was fined thirty dollars for selling liquor without a license. A soldier, named Conners, came forward and said, that when Johnson was brought out of Castle Thunder he had stolen his coat. Got permission to follow him up here, and found the coat on Johnso