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Stealing iron. --Mary Sullivan was required yesterday by the Mayor to give $200 security for her appearance before the Hustings Court for trial, on the charge of stealing sixty pounds of iron from Philip Rham's foundry. She did not do it. Sebastian Kewbard, charged with purchasing the iron, was held for a future examination Rham's foreman complained of the larceny of a good deal of iron — the thieves entering the premises by the rear.
Bailed. --Sebastian Kewboard, charged with receiving iron from Mary Sullivan, stolen by her from Philip Rham, was yesterday admitted to bail in the sum of $100 for his appearance.