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The Duke case. --John and Alonzo Duke, charged with inducing a negro girl to steal money from J. Batkins, and receiving the same, knowing it to have been stolen, were arraigned before Colonel McEntee, in the Provost Court, yesterday. The folloAlonzo Duke, charged with inducing a negro girl to steal money from J. Batkins, and receiving the same, knowing it to have been stolen, were arraigned before Colonel McEntee, in the Provost Court, yesterday. The following is the substance of the testimony solicited: W. C. Page testified that John T. Duke lived with him, and that he knew Lizzie Seals; he never saw them together; and John Duke always bore a good character. Never gave him any gold. Thomas Devines testified that he saw Alonzo Duke two or three months before the evacuation with two bags of money--one silver and the other gold. He did not open the bag, though they were given to him to keep at night. The bags were about the size of aat he knew the Dukes; that three or four months before the evacuation he gave his wife fifteen dollars in gold to give Alonzo Duke; saw the sheet in which his wife sewed the money up; went to Tom Devines's, and found Alonzo there drunk, and took him