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I found Captain Magruder, Colonel Magruder, Colonel J. Lucius Davis, and his son Bathurst, sitting around the sember, no questions are to be asked." I have known Mr. Davis from his boyhood, and had not the slightest suspicuspected party. I went with Captain Magruder, and Mr. Davis was pointed out as the suspected person. I arrested Davis, and told him the suspicions against him. He told me he thought the watch had been either sent or carrout it. We were then at the chief-of-police office. Davis replied that, if he had a horse to ride, he thought atch by Saturday. I went out after a horse, leaving Davis with Mr. Williams; but when I came back he was gone.gruder and Mr. Gardner both told me they suspected Mr. Davis. Colonel Magruder pointed him out to me, or I should not have known him. Colonel J. Lucius Davis, sworn.--On Friday morning, while myself and some other genrs. A. Judson Crane and Daniel Ratcliffe appeared as Davis's council. Owing to the respectable character o