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An outrage.

--Some time during Wednesday night a number of villains entered the stables on the place formerly occupied by the late Nicholas Mills, now owned by Major Wm. Allan, of Claremont, and abstracted seven of his horses and two carriages, which were found yesterday morning in different parts of the city. The vehicles were badly damaged, one being upset and the tongue broken off, and all the harness stolen. The horses were out and bruised about the legs, as if they had been driven repeatedly over piles of stones. No clue could be found to the perpetrators of the singular outrage.

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