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gold and silver and Confederate money, discovered that he had been robbed of about three thousand dollars in specie, besides several thousand more in paper money. Suspicion resting upon a negro girl in his employ, he had her brought before him, and questioned her about the matter, when she acknowledged her guilt, but stated that she had given the most of what she had stolen to two negro fellows who had been visiting her, by the name of Ralph, slave of W. B. Turner, and Willis, slave of Richard James. These negroes were arrested, and upon searching their rooms and persons, there was found about one hundred and seventy-five dollars in gold coin, one thousand two hundred dollars in Confederate notes, a gold watch and chain, and one trunk and a valise crammed with an assortment of new clothing which could not be purchased, at present prices, for less than five or six thousand dollars. One of the negroes, upon whom was found five twenty-dollar gold pieces and seven hundred and fifty dol