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POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BOW-STREET.âSA run DAY. ARREST OF A CHARIIST LEADER. â IVilliam Carrier wai. brought up by Sliackell, one of the officers of Ihe above esta- blishment, on a warrant issued by certain magistrates of Wilt- shire, in which <he defendant was charged with having attended several illegal meetings in that county, of persons having arms 'n the r possession, with intent lo exdte disaffection among her Maje iy's liege subjects. The drticer stated, that he apprehended the defendant on Fri- day evening, at the Hope Coffee-house, New Cut, Lambeth. Foley, a local constable, was called to identify the prisoner as the j erson named in the warrant the latter, however, saved him the trouble, by at once admitting that he was the peison named in the warrant, adding that he dcclincd spying anything at pre ent in answer to the charge. Mr. Minshull, the magistrate, directed the officers to take the prisoner down to Wiltshire, in order that he might undergo an examination before the magistrates there, by whom the war- rant fur his apprehension had been issnfed- The prisoner is lV:e person woo accompanied the well-known Vinedh on his lale expedition 10 Devizes, where they attempted to get np a Chartist meeting, but they were so roughly handled by the populace, that they had some difficulty in escaping with their lives. Mr. Ilelheringlon visited the prisoner, and had some conversation with him previous to his being taken away.