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TAXING CARE OF A FRIEND'S LUGGAGE. Charles Williams, a man of colour, a West Indian was brought before Mr. Partridge, at the Thames' Police-court, charged with stealing a chest containing a large quantify of linen and wearing apparel, the property of William Henry Long. The prosecutor said he was°a seaman, and lately belonged to the ship William Tell. The prisoner was also a seaman. On Saturday last, the 17th of Sept he landed at Southampton from Havre. His iugo-ao-'e was left at the Custom-house in Southampton on the previous day. When he went to the Custom-house on Saturday to claim it he found it was gone. His chest contained a pair of trousers, a pair of slippers, five sheets, a pair of drawers, four pairs of stockings a pair of mittens a rug, a feather pillow, and other small articles. He suspected the prisoner, who had been at Havre with him and reached Southampton a day in advance. On making inquiries he ascertained that a man of colour, whose description answered to the prisoner exactly, had been to tke Custom-house at Southampton, represented himself as the owner" and obtained the chest and contents. He met the prisoner in Ratcliff-highway, and said to him, "Hallo, have you got my chest?" The prisoner said "Yes" and he then asked him to give it up. The prisoner said, X 11 take you to my boarding-house, and give you up all your things." The prisoner walksd him about the streets for an hour without taking him to any boarding- house, and he gave him in custody to a police-constable. the witness then produced the key of his chest and identified his property, which was produced. John Ashbourn, police-constable 341 K mid he went to Basley's boarding-house, No. 235 Eigh-street, Shadwell, where the prisoner was lodging, and found there the whole_ of the stolen property. Some of it was contained in the prisoner's own chest,'and the remainder in the prosecutor's chest. Pr|s°ner made a long defence, which was in eirect tnat his chest and the prosecutor's chest were both taken on shore together at Southampton, and so he took both to Lendon. He in-tended to take care of Long s property. Mr. Partridge committed the prisoner to Newgate for trial. &

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