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of the robbery, was questioned about the lost articles, when she denied all guilt herself, but said that Catherine had them, and that they would be found at her house. Officer Moore thereupon executed a search warrant, and succeeded in resurrecting the lost jewelry. The prisoner was remanded for further examination before the Hustings Court. Lewis Lyneman was charged with receiving seven fowls, the property of James B. Smith, knowing them to have been stolen. Smith lost about the 1st of March some eighteen or twenty chickens, and was willing to swear that those which had been taken upon a search warrant from Lyneman's yard were a part of those which had been stolen from him; he knew them by certain marks. Mrs. Ounet, in behalf of the defence, swore she had sold the prisoner the fowls — they were purchased in the market by her about the 11th of March. In order to procure other witnesses, the case was continued till this morning. John J. Binford was fined ten dollars for