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nn) was an escaped prisoner from Castle Thunder was sufficient to warrant him in refusing it. A small boy, named Thomas Doland, who has already appeared several times before the Mayor's Court, was charged with the theft of brass from the Tredegar Iron Works and selling it to Mr. William A. Parr. The party purchasing the brass from Doland acknowledged having done so, but thought it had been honestly obtained, and therefore did not think he was doing wrong. In consideration of his extreme h and the non-appearance of any parties claiming the ownership of the property alleged to be stolen, his Honor discharged Doland with a reprimand. Another youth, apparently eighteen years of age, giving his name as Charles Barefoot, was also arre of stealing brass from the Tredegar Iron Works. As regards the purchase of the brass, the statement, as in the case of Doland, was made by Mr. Parr, he having paid the accused two or three dollars for a lot which had been brought to him by Barefoo