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Coef stealing. --Two lads, William Green and Thomas Acre, appeared at the Second Market at an early hour yesterday morning having in charge a fine calf, when they offered for sale for $20. The price was so very low that several of the butchers suspected something wrong and refused to buy. Mr. Lynham, however, thought the young scamps ought to be stopped and to this and agreed to purchase the calf, thus keeping the boys till Mr. Tyler, Clerk of the Market, should be sent for. As soon as Grr, thought the young scamps ought to be stopped and to this and agreed to purchase the calf, thus keeping the boys till Mr. Tyler, Clerk of the Market, should be sent for. As soon as Green discovered that he was suspected he gave leg ball. Young Acre, however, was taken into custody, made a full confession of the offence and gave such information as will lead to the arrest of his accomplice and the restoration of the animal to its owner. The affair will be inquired into by the Mayor to day.