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t, slave of Thomas Finley, charged with committing the their; and Henry Williams, a free negro, charged with receiving a trunk containing Mr. Werner's wearing apparel, knowing it to have been stolen. The following testimony, given by detective John Reece, covers the whole facts elicited about the affair: Detective Reece stated that, on Sunday morning, myself and detectives Charles and Fitchett were informed by Mr. Werner, the keeper of a barber shop opposite the American Hotel, that his roReece stated that, on Sunday morning, myself and detectives Charles and Fitchett were informed by Mr. Werner, the keeper of a barber shop opposite the American Hotel, that his room, over W. C. Hebener's store, on Main street, opposite the Exchange Bank, had been broken open during his absence on Saturday night, between 5 and 8 o'clock, and robbed of a trunk containing a valuable collection of gold and silver watches, jewelry, wearing apparel, &c. We set to work to ferret out the matter. We first called to see the negro boy Robert, who is employed in Werner's shop, and, by close questioning, learnt from him that he had a short while before been in company with Bill Car