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ceiving a lot of leather, valued at five hundred dollars, the property of George W. Bluford, knowing the same to have been stolen. Having missed a large lot of leather, Mr. Bluford exerted himself to find out where it had gone to Passing the store of Gideon Garber, a few days a few days since, he discovered there a roll of the m, was told that it had been left there for sale by the prisoner, Kauffman. Mr. Bluford did not believe that the accused was guilty, but thought he was the toll of another party. Some time ago, just as Mr. Bluford began to suspect that his leather was disappearing, he set a watch upon his negroes, when one day he discovered onself detected, acknowledge that he had been stealing for some tune, and told Mr. Bluford where he had been carrying it. The name of the storekeeper who had purchased this stolen leather, Mr. Bluford was unwilling to give on account of there being nothing but negro testimony upon which to found a prosecution; but as to his guilt,