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THE BIRMINGHAM BURGLARY.âThe man John O'Hara, for some time in custody on the charge of hav- ing, in company with two others, committed a burglary at the house of Mr Cliivers, who so ably attacked the trio, was on Friday last brought up for re-examination at the Birmingham Police-office. The question was simply one of identification. Mr Chivers had at first not been quite positive that the prisoner on Friday pro- duced witnesses who clearly accounted for his having a wound on his head, which Mr Chivers thought he had given him. They were certain he had not received the wound until two days after the burglary had been com- mitted, and he adhered to his statement that he was struck in a row he was mixed up with in Sheepcote- street. Such a disturbance had taken place to the knowledge < f the police. In conclusion Mr Kinnerslcy, the magistrate, said the case amounted to just this: Either Mr Cliivers was mistaken, and the prisoner would therefore be discharged.

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