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Two knights of the "chips" and "cards," named Henry Hungerford and Benjamin Degrote, who, it is alleged are tter he ran up to the third story back room, where Hungerford, Degrote, and one or two other gentlemen were. More he reached the apartment in which they were. Hungerford was standing in the floor when we entered, as als officers of the law. Subsequently I expressed to Hungerford my surprise that he should still continue the occccepted him about running away from us. Upon that Hungerford remarked, "Mr. Seal, he was only obeying my orderthe key to it he proceeded to break it open, when Hungerford said that it was hard to ruin the box in that maneen the game played there; had frequently noticed Hungerford there, but was positive that he had never seen hi deal.--Upon a suggestion from General Marshall, (Hungerford's counsel,) that the chips exhibited in Court migver till Friday next, the 15th inst., recognizing Hungerford to appear in the sum of $3,000 ball, which he rea