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r yesterday with buying four cows belonging to Dr. Francis H. Deane, which had been stolen from his farm in Hanover. On Saturday morning last three cows were found in the public cattle pens near Bacon's Quarter Branch, and were immediately recognized by Dr. D. Upon, inquiry, the doctor ascertained that Mr. Sledd had that morning purchased them, whereupon he immediately rode to the market, and was informed by Mr. S. that they were bought from a man hailing from New Kent, who gave his name as Jones, and that the price to be paid was $3,500, of which amount $1,000 had already been paid. Dr. Deane in his testimony said that among the four cows which Sledd had purchased was one which he had advertised in the Dispatch over and over again as an estray which had come to his plantation among his own. On one occasion, soon after the advertisement appeared, Sledd went out to look at the animal, and on his return to the city met him (D.) and claimed her as his own. He was told that if he could