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Arrest. --A man named Wm. Brown was arrested yesterday by officer Seal, on a charge of conspiring with and aiding and abetting Wm. N. Miller in obtaining, by false pretences, a saddle, bridle, and buggy from King & Lambeth. The act imputed to Brown is that he filled up the pay roll which Miller used in his bargain with the aMiller used in his bargain with the above-named firm. It will be remembered that Frank Tormey was previously arrested on a similar charge. He yesterday produced testimony to show that his association with Miller was purely accidental; that be was not the person whom the latter designated as the " Surgeon of his regiment" on the evening of the purchase; that he beloMiller was purely accidental; that be was not the person whom the latter designated as the " Surgeon of his regiment" on the evening of the purchase; that he belonged to a good family in Baltimore, and had sustained a good character for honor and honesty. It is possible that the preliminary examination of this singular case may be concluded on Saturday.
Continued cases. --The investigation of the following cases before the Mayor, have been continued to Saturday: William N. Miller, charged with obtaining goods and money from King & Lambeth, by false pretences; Michael McCarthy, charged with threatening to shoot Robert Olden and wife.