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owing is the testimony in the case: Daniel E. Gardner, sworn.--I live in the Law Building. Onur office and informed Captain Doswell that Mr. Gardner's watch had been stolen, and he desired an uld be asked." I think Colonel Magruder and Mr. Gardner both told me they suspected Mr. Davis. Coloe sitting in Mr. Gardner's reception room, (Mr. Gardner himself being in the next room sleep,) an oad to use him myself. Blake then went into Mr. Gardner's room and remained there for several minutt and went off. I heard, subsequently, that Mr. Gardner had lost his watch, and immediately suspect Thought his conduct suspicious in going into Gardner's room, and concluded that, as he had a penchds obtaining it. Knowing that Blake came to Mr. Gardner's to see me, both my son and myself felt hurt that Mr. Gardner should suffer on my account. My son obeyed my commands, and started out in searced him to undertake to find the watch for Mr. Gardner, as by as doing it had involved him in the [3 more...]