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one. Besides these gentlemen, there were three or four negroes who had access to my room, and suspicion rested on the latter. I advertised the watch, offering a reward of one thousand dollars. In two or three days afterwards, Messrs. Mitchell & Tyler sent for me, and when I called to see them they handed me the watch. Captain Magruder went with me, and asked who left the watch there; but only received the reply, "Remember, no questions are to be asked." I have known Mr. Davis from his boyhooby Saturday. I went out after a horse, leaving Davis with Mr. Williams; but when I came back he was gone. In a few minutes afterwards, a negro came into the office and handed us (myself and Williams) the watch. We carried it down to Mitchell & Tyler's, the place designated in the advertisement that it was to be left at, and received a check for one thousand dollars, as advertised. Upon being asked who we got the watch from, our reply was that the advertisement said "no questions would be as