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GUILDHALL. ON Saturday Mr. Moses Israel Lpvi, an elderly Gentleman, of the Jewish persuasion, came up, in custody of all officer, on a charge of felony, pre- ferred by a person named Christoplwr, shopman in Carlile's shop, Fleet-street. It appeared bv the evidence that Mr.-Levi.took offence at a pic- ture in Carlile's window, which is intended to ri- dicule the Scripture representation of the Deity, and went into ttie stiol). and remonstrated with Christopher on the impropriety of exposing a picture that was painful to the feelings of all true believers. Christopher, however, refused to rp- move it, and Mr. Levi went out of the shop, broke the pane of glass against which the picture was placed, and pulled it out and tore it in pieces.— Christopher immediately sent for an officer, and gave Mr. Levi into custody, on a charge of felo- ny, for stealing the picture. He also stated that as anotli-er was handing him n similar picture to bring to the Justice Ilootil, INIR. Levi snatched it out of his hand, and tore it. Mr. Levi admitted the facts as stated. The Alderman at once dismissed the charge of felony, but directed that Mr, Levi slloulùpnyfcir tile pane of glass and pictures.

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