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Horse stealing. --John Welsh, a young man of eighteen summers, and claiming to be a member of Capt. Rogers's cavalry, was before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing a horse worth $300, the property of C. P. Word, of this city. Word testified that his horse was stolen from his mill on Sunday, and that on receiving information of the theft, he immediately inserted an advertisement of his loss in the Dispatch. Yesterday morning, whilst at the market, he saw the prisoner on his horse, and, taking him late custody, handed him over to the police. The prisoner stated that he borrowed the horse of a man named Murphy, a member of his company. The Mayor remanded the accused to answer for felony.