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t section of the city, went to work, without any authority from the owner, and tore down the valuable framed building formerly used as a brewery, belonging to Mr. Henry Smith, of this city, which they carried home and packed away in their yards, to be used as firewood during the winter. The building was very well built and in a good state of preservation, and its value at the time it was torn down was estimated at about twenty thousand dollars. As soon as Mr. Smith was apprised of the mysterious disappearance of his property, be procured the services of Constable E. W. Robinson, of Henrico county, to ferret out the matter; whereupon that officer went earnesown Smith's house, and that they were supplied with wagons, axes, and everything else necessary to enable them, to carry on their operations. The first intimation Smith had of his loss was on Friday or Saturday last, when he rode down there to make an examination of the premises preparatory to converting it into a dwelling-house.