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he evidence that the parties were regular traders in a small way in newspapers, books, paper, and and that, under pretence of buying a lot of paper, they had gone into Mr.Morris's store bargained for $350 worth, stole a lot and left, saying they would call again, which they did not do. Shortly after they left the paper was missed, and they were searched for and arrested, and the property recovered. They were sent on before the Husting Court for further examination. Ellas Vanderlip, Thomas Mack, Philip Colsan Christopher Russell, Tom and Billy, slaves of Jno. Sledd, were brought up, charged with stealing from Jno. Hitchcock a worth $1,000, Mr. Hitchcock is the owner of a fishery on one of the islands in James river. It appeared that a gentleman had applied to Vanderlip, (who is in the oyster business,) to supply him with a value for use in the canal and country mill ponds, and that he stated he had one that would just suit, which he would sell for $200. He carried it to the ho