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Sent on. --Wilson, slave of Mrs. Centre, and Phil, slave of Mrs. Chamberlayne, were yesterday morning examined before Justices Lee and Nettles at the Henrico County Court house, on the charge of burglariously entering the store-room of Mr. James Lyons last February and stealing several thousand dollars' worth of sugar and other property. It was in evidence that the negroes were seen to come out of Mr. Lyons's front gate on the night of the robbery with bags filled with something, and depg examined before Justices Lee and Nettles at the Henrico County Court house, on the charge of burglariously entering the store-room of Mr. James Lyons last February and stealing several thousand dollars' worth of sugar and other property. It was in evidence that the negroes were seen to come out of Mr. Lyons's front gate on the night of the robbery with bags filled with something, and deposit them in a wagon driven by a white man. The negroes were sent on to the County Court for trial.