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and succeeded during the day in gathering quite a respectale "pile." On the night of the above day he repaired to "Mulberry Grove," a well known resort on Carey street, but finding no fugncious soldiers retived to the porch of the building at the "Grove" with several other men. Being fatigued, he soon lost all interest in the conversation and fell asleep. He waked up at daybreak to find not only his late comrades gone, but seven hundred dollars in money, contained in his pocket, and a Navy Colt's pistol, which the Lieutenant of his company had entrusted him to help enforce his authority. The Sergeant did not know any of the parties by name who sat with him in the porch, but on yesterday recognized one of them — a fellow with a very scant allowance of hair — and he was accordingly taken in custody by one of the Detectives employed in the Eastern District and lodged in Castle Godwin.--Moral of the above.--Always select your company and never sleep in a miscellaneous crowd, least the