hburg, on the Farmers' Bank of Virginia.
William, slave of George Duggins, was ordered thirty nine lashes, on the strength of the evidence charging him with breaking into the store of John O'Niell, some time since, and stealing therefrom five kegs of lard, valued at $750.
John Whitlock, charged with entering the store of Jerry Coughlin with intent to commit a larceny, was ordered to receive twenty lashes.
The charge against Spencer, slave of C. S. Kent, of having a pass in his possession unendorsed, and also with having in his possession five teaspoons supposed to have been stolen, was continued for the want of important witnesses.
Henry, slave of Frederick Bradley, was committed to jail till such time as his master chose to call for him and prove his ownership.
Evans Caesar was charged with using abusive and insulting language towards Mrs. Virginia Adams; but, upon the case being called, the complainant failed to appear, and thereupon the case was dismissed.