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Chase and Capture of a thief. --In our last issue we chronicled the arrest of one George Wett, a negro, for stealing money and jewelry from David McDaniel, of Chesterfield. It appears that this negro and his brother John went to Mr. McDaniel's house on the evening of the evacuation, and plundered it extensively, besides desMr. McDaniel's house on the evening of the evacuation, and plundered it extensively, besides destroying many valuable papers. Yesterday morning about half-past 10 o'clock, as Mr. McDaniel was standing near the corner of Wall and Franklin streets, he discovered John West, and immediately gave chase. John fled down Wall street to the alley nearly opposite the St. Charles, and thence up to Locust alley, with a crowd in pursuiMr. McDaniel was standing near the corner of Wall and Franklin streets, he discovered John West, and immediately gave chase. John fled down Wall street to the alley nearly opposite the St. Charles, and thence up to Locust alley, with a crowd in pursuit shouting "stop thief," "catch him," "head him off," &c., &c. A man on horseback joined in the chase, and finally succeeded in capturing the fugitive after a severe chase. He was locked up on the charge of horse stealing, miscellaneous robberies, and being a bad character generally.