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Convicted of stealing tobacco. --Yesterday morning, William Robinson and William Wickers, both negro boys, were tried by Colonel McEntee, Provost Judge, on the charge of burglariously entering Castle Godwin and stealing therefrom a large quantity of tobacco, the property of Charles G. McMillan. From the evidence of Mr. e, attempted to exonerate himself from the charge by stating that, early on the morning of Monday, while passing Castle Godwin, he was called into the kitchen by Robinson and two white boys, who proposed to sell him some tobacco. He declined purchasing because he had no funds; whereupon they prevailed upon him to assist them in ontents. He knew nothing of the robbery; otherwise he would not have gone into the kitchen. At the conclusion of the evidence, Judge McEntee decided to send Robinson to the penitentiary for two years. Wickers, in consideration of his extreme youth and apparently honest statement, was released. Two white boys, who were ar