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Robberies. --The residence of T. N. Jones, or Broad street, between Foushee and First, was broken into on Thursday night and robbed of two barrels of flour. The thieves, three in number, had taken the flour out of the house, and were rolling it out of the yard, when Mr. Jones was awakened and gave chase, which compelled them to give up the job and run off. On the same night, the grocery store of William B. Davidson, on Cary street, near the Columbian Hotel, was robbed of about two thousand dollars' worth of bacon and crushed sugar. The thieves effected an entrance by cutting a hole through the back door large enough to enable them to insert their hands and lift off the bar. Yesterday morning, a lady, who had been to Minnis's gallery for the purpose of having her likeness taken, laid her reticule, containing a porte-monnaie with sixteen hundred dollars in money and some other papers, on a table, and went off leaving it there. A few minutes afterwards, she missed it,