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pen the window to the basement, where the provisions were kept, and removing them therefrom. Ever since the night of the robbery officers Seal and Jenkins have been unremitting in their efforts to ferret out the perpetrators of the deed, and after arrest for nearly every other day they finally succeeded, on Thursday night last, in taking the whole party into custody and lodging them in jail. The following are the names of the negroes who were arraigned on Saturday morning before the Mayor: James, Charles and Samuel Harris, free negroes; Henry, slave of Mrs. Tinsley; George, slave of Reuben A. Lacy, and Henry, slave of Mrs. Fanny Wingo. A great deal of testimony was given as to when, where and how the robbery was committed, but only one witness testified positively who were the guilty parties, and that was one of the prisoners, named George, slave of Mr. Lacy, who made the following statement: Last Monday, one week ago, a bargain was made between himself and the negroes named above