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Burglary. --A daring burglary was perpetrated on Gamble's Hill last Tuesday night, the particulars of which are as follows: At a late hour, all the male members of the family being absent three burglars proceeded to the residence of Mrs. William Wallace, and cutting the bars from a back window, entered the basement and began their search. On getting into the storeroom they removed a full barrel of sugar, a barrel of lard, and many other articles of groceries, and then escaped with their booty. One of the young ladies heard a noise, but her brothers being absent, she dared not examine the house to ascertain the cause. A gentleman in the neighborhood saw three suspicious characters lurking about, and watched them for some time, but could not see where they went to. Since the robbery the police have been on the alert, hoping to catch the thieves, but thus far have not succeeded.