s description of a red back ten which she said was among the notes surreptitiously conveyed away by Smith.
John Beaty was brought up for taking Mary Tracy's clothes.
By Mary's account, he had not only taken them, but had tern them up. It appeared that the parties had been living together without the performance of any marriage ceremony, and, as is usually the case, often had failings out, fights and bickering.
The Mayor committed Beaty in default of security in the sum of $150.
Wm. Caesar, a negro belonging to S. D. Denoon, was up for stealing five pieces of bacon, valued at $16, from Sampson Jones.
The investigation implicated Robert, slave of Mr. Jones, as party concerned in the abstraction of the bacon, and both were consequently sent before the Court of Hustings, for trial, on the second Monday in November.
Bill for their appearance was given.
Betsy and Claiborne, slaves of Wm. Collingswood, were brought up for stealing 14 head of cabbage from Mrs. H. E. Hibble.