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Stealing Confederate money. --Robert E. Foster, Francisco Dominick, and Christopher Dominick, arrested some time since on the charge of stealing $11,000 from the C. S. Treasury Department, and tst the sum of $1,000 was stolen from the note cutting room, and suspicion being directed towards Foster, he took him off privately, in the presence of another clerk as a witness, in order to obtain a t of money. Subsequently, however, hearing more about the robbery in June last, he again sought Foster, and pinned him so closely with regard to it that he acknowledged committing that theft also, anhad the two Dominicks arrested, but still wishing, for the sake of his wife and child, to screen Foster from disgrace and prosecution, offered him the alternative of refunding back to the Government tt of the absence of some other witnesses the Mayor continued the examination till Tuesday next. Foster was remanded to jail. The Dominicks were admitted to bail for their appearance in the sum of $2