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times stolen goods from the Bureau. He also implicated Alfred Morse, another employee in the Bureau, and a youth in the Medical Purveyor's Department, named S H Bowman, saying that they had worked together in thieving and divided the spoils. Morse and Bowman were then arrested, and, on searching their rooms, there were found a Bowman were then arrested, and, on searching their rooms, there were found a quantity of cloth stolen from the Clothing Bureau, and medicines from the Medical Purveyor's Office, amounting in value to between twenty-five and thirty thousand dollars. Spillers, Morse, and Bowman were committed to the Castle, but we presume they will be handed over to the civil authorities. ng their rooms, there were found a quantity of cloth stolen from the Clothing Bureau, and medicines from the Medical Purveyor's Office, amounting in value to between twenty-five and thirty thousand dollars. Spillers, Morse, and Bowman were committed to the Castle, but we presume they will be handed over to the civil authorities.