26 OCTOBER 1850, Page 10

The case of the robbery of the jewellers in the

Strand has taken a new turn. At Bow Street Court today, Charles Clinton, the prosecutors' shop- boy, and six other persons, Shaw, Badcock, Gardner, Buncher, Mary Ann Buncher, and Mary Cheraneau, were charged by Inspector Lund with being concerned in the robbery. The boy Clinton has confessed that it was he who let in two of the above parties on Monday evening, at a brief oppor- tunity when Kelly the porter was sent out on an errand, and just before the shop was closed. He wholly exonerated Kelly, and hoped he would be liberated. A sum of 1581. in gold was found sewed up in the garments of Mary Cheraneau. All were remanded. Reify remains in custody.