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arshal.--Godfrey Roberts, who was taken up because he had in his possession a pistol, supposed to have been stolen, was acquitted.--John Beer was fined $5 for improper driving in the street — John H. Bradley for allowing his man to drive over the sidewalk of 3d street was fined $3--Mary Bradley, free arraigned on the charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street was acquitted.--Nuisances against B. W. Green Michael O'Neal, and Ro. Jones, were continued. --One case charging Fred Brauer with allowing a nuisance in the 1st market, was dismissed.--Philip Bear and A. McCrone were each fined $20 for huckstering in the markets. The chickens of the latter were confiscated.--Jim, slave of Wm. Barrett, who had on Friday night resisted and threatened to cut the night watch, was ordered 39 lashes. --George Buder, charged with stealing a horse, was delivered to Constable Phillips to be taken to the Henrico county jail, it appearing that the offence had been committed in the county.