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nting to about forty thousand dollars in money, jewelry and clothing, as well as in arresting Henry Reese, Joseph Kyser, John Albert and William L. Carrell, white men, and Robert, slave of Thomas Finley, charged with committing the their; and Henry Williams, a free negro, charged with receiving a trunk containing Mr. Werner's wearing apparel, knowing it to have been stolen. The following testimony, given by detective John Reece, covers the whole facts elicited about the affair: Detective R, some hidden away in corners,) and buried in her cellar. The trunk of clothing was afterwards found at the house of a man named Thomas Thompson, who voluntarily went to the watch-house and informed Mr. Granger that it had been left there by Henry Williams, a free negro, who asked him to keep it for him. Robert, the negro boy employed by Mr. Werner, positively denied knowing anything of the robbery, though Carrell, when arrested, told me he knew all about it. At the conclusion of the testi