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    FROM THE WEST BRITON DATED 26 FEB 1847
    ROBBERIES - We learn that within the last three weeks several robberies have been 
    committed in St. Stephens in Branwell and St. Mewan. A correspondent informs us that on 
    Friday last, about midnight, the premises of Mr. DAVID YELLAND, a shoemaker at Pothole, 
    were entered, and a new pair of shoes, with a great part of a hide of leather, were 
    carried off from the workshop. The dwelling house had also been broken into, the 
    thieves having taken money from Mr. Yelland's desk, also loaves of bread, cream, and 
    other articles from the kitchen, including a dozen silver teaspoons, and a quantity of 
    wearing apparel. The thieves had evidently enjoyed themselves, having smoked an ounce 
    of tobacco taken from the mantel-piece, and fastened a lighted candle against the table 
    before they decamped.
    


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