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Charged with keeping a Gambling House. --Some few nights since, as our readers will recollect, police officers Seal and Jenkins, assisted by night watchmen Baptist and Cousens, having reasons to suspect that the game of faro was being exhibited at a certain house on Main street, between 11th and 12th, and known heretofore as examination till last Saturday morning. Degrote still being absent, the Mayor determined not to delay the matter any longer, and thereupon called to the stand officer Seal, who testified substantially to the following facts: On Wednesday night last I had a warrant to search this house, to see whether any gaming was going on, in voon afterwards the negro who had given us the race up stairs made his appearance, when I accepted him about running away from us. Upon that Hungerford remarked, "Mr. Seal, he was only obeying my orders." We captured in this house, besides the accused, four negroes; also, a large lot of checks, cards, deal boxes, a roulette table,
Successful robbery --Robberies in this city have become so frequent of late that their announcement scarcely excites any surprise in the mind of the reader. Hardly a night passes by but some one or more are committed. On Saturday night last, between the hours of one and two o'clock, the store and eating house of Mrs. Margaret Kell, situated on Leigh street, near Brook Avenue, was forcibly entered and robbed of one box of tobacco, valued at $220, one whole and one-half keg of lard worth $450, two half boxes of candles of the value of $300, one jar of black pepper, and $230 in Confederate money. Officer Seal was yesterday put upon the track of some suspicious parties, but as yet has not succeeded in identifying them with the robbery.