The Metropolitan Police have caught the City burglars, a gang
certainly of six men and women, presumably of more persons, led by a man named Miller, an ex-convict of great daring and some cleverness. They had much of the property upon them when taken, were wearing fashionable clothes, had refurnished their houses in W hitechapel, and had opened an account with the London and Westminster Bank for 400/. Many of the watches had been thrown into the Thames, it is presumed by confederates startled at the arrest of the remainder of the gang. They were remitted for trial to the City, and it seems to be expected that one of them will turn Queen's evidence. It seems clear that the criminals taken were also the parties engaged in the great robbery at Mr. Johnson's and Mr. Abram's.