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Liquor seized.

--Maj. Griswold's detectives, (Messrs. Burke and Williams,) seized on Saturday six barrels of whiskey, belonging to a grocery keeper named Joseph Stuckenbery, opposite the County Court-House, Main st. He was charged with violating the proclamation of martial law prohibiting the introduction of liquor in the city without a permit.

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