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(the number of which he could not recollect,) the funds and checks which were left on hand after settling up with the employees. These he placed in the breast pocket of his coat, which was hanging over his leak. Just then himself and Mr. A. M., Bally, one of the proprietors, left the counting room in order to examine a hole which had been bored into a door on the same floor, commanding full view of the Counting-room. During the whole of this time, from the commencement of assorting out the mole was bored in a door, through which everything going on in the counting room could be observed, and next Thursday night, the night on which the previous robberies had been committed, was set apart as the time to keep watch. Up to this time Mr. Bally had no suspicion of Samanni's dishonesty--"always regarded him as one of his boys, and would have trusted him with anything he owned." On meeting with the prisoner at the cage, after his arrest, he compared the original keys with the ones which