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Threatening to Kill, &c. --In default of security to keep the peace, the Recorder yesterday committed Catharine Burns to jail for threatening to terminate Catharine Doyle's existence by violent means. The husband of the latter, James Doyle, who, in taking up the cudgels in her defence, had rendered himself obnoxious to the law, was also "retired from circulation," in default of a voucher.
Committed. --The available forces at the city jail were increased yesterday by the addition of the following parties, sent thither for failing to furnish security for their good behavior: Catharine Burns, for abusing and threatening Catharine Needham; Mary Liggon, free, disorderly conduct in the street; Richard Mundin, do. and obscene language in the street; William White, drunkenness; Henry Mitchell, an old resident of the jail, a Canadian floater, for wandering about the streets minus a local habitation; Geo. W. Johnson, a deserter from Capt. Bailey's company, sent down to be detained till called for; Robert Fergusson, charged with stealing a coat, committed till to day.
R. A. Glazebrook; Hudson, slave of D. P. Lewis, received the same punishment, for receiving the stolen raiments from Joe; Wm. McMillan was committed for examination, for uttering treasonable language against the Government of the Confederacy; Henry Scott was acquitted of the charge of deserting from the fortifications and stealing a pick and shovel; John Temple, arrested for setting fire to and burning the steamer Glen Cove, (arrested in Norfolk,) had his case continued to the 24th inst. Several negroes were whipped for going about without passes; Frank Foster's case continued, charge stealing a watch from Harrison, slave of James Thomas; Beverley, slave of J. R. Anderson, no pass, and pretending he was from South Carolina, whipped; Catharine Burns, held to bail for abusing and disturbing the family of Margaret Needham; James T. Lambert, charged with beating Ann W. Forsyth — case continued until to-day; John F. Schonberger, charged with beating Wm. Freeman — examined and discharge