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g a silver watch, a gold chain, one pistol, and $73 in money from another soldier named Jno. P. Townsend. Yesterday morning the parties were before the Mayor, when Townsend stated that the accused felTownsend stated that the accused fell in company with him on Wednesday evening, and insisted that he should wait and they would return to camp together, as the road leading to their companies lie in the same direction. After walking abthe witness refused to do, whereupon they kept on down towards the Old Market. During the walk Townsend (who has only two fingers on his left hand,) took out his pocket-book, and after examining someeturn, when, after some hesitation, Smith took the pocket book from his own and reaching around Townsend put it into his pocket, at the same time giving him a squeeze. In an instant Townsend suspecteTownsend suspected he had been robbed, and upon examination found that his watch and seventy-odd dollars in money had been stolen. Knowing that no one else could have committed the deed, be grabbed hold of Smith and