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In a hard place. --A soldier named John Read was committed to the cage yesterday afternoon on the charge of stealing a horse Read, it appears, was showing off the animal in question near the Old Market early in the day and offering him for sale, when officer Baptist, suspecting that all was not right, offered to buy the horse at $150, provided he would go with him to Sutherland's stable in order to get the money. To this Read assented, and the two started off for that place. Here Baptist was joined by officer Merris, when the two made known their suspicious and took him in custody. Finding that he was about getting into a scrape, and not dreaming that the two men were policemen, Read told them that the horse was not exactly his, though if they would say nothing about it, they might have him for $100; that on Tuesday night last himself and some other soldiers broke into the commissary's store at Hanover Junction, and, being found out, they had to run for their lives. Seeing a