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officer Seal, on a charge of obtaining by false pretences, a buggy, saddle and bridle, and $497 in bank notes, from King & Lambeth, a manufacturing firm of this city. From the testimony given in court, it appears that the accused went to King & Lambeth's establishment on Tuesday evening, about sundown, represented himself as a Colonel to the army, and said that he wished to purchase a buggy and saddle. He had no ready money to spare, but produced a pay roll for four months service, from July 1st to November 1st, at $180 per month, amounting to $720. He informed the proprietors that he fought at Manassas on the 21st of July, where he was wounded, and had been twice promoted;--that the Government was short of funds now, but the endorsement on this account would give it preference over any other claim. After some further consultation it was agreed to let him have the articles, which came to $223, the firm taking the account to collect, and paying him $497, the difference in the amou