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ro with the extensive wardrobe, noticed in our last issue, which he had purchased from a Dutch tailor named Unkel, on Broad street, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes. The bowie-knife found by the bedside of Vanburg was identified by Mark Downey as his property, which, together with the clothing, as it was doubtless bought with money stolen from Mr. Downey, (in whose employ he has been for several years,) was surrendered into his possession. Unkel was fined ($100) in five cases for tradMr. Downey, (in whose employ he has been for several years,) was surrendered into his possession. Unkel was fined ($100) in five cases for trading with the prisoner without permission from his master, and required to give security for his good behavior for twelve months. The following cases, noticed before, were further continued; Eliza Whitehurst, charged with receiving six knives and forks from a negro, which she knew was stolen from the Confederate States, and George, slave of John C. Burch, charged with stealing a horse, valued at $500, the property of the Confederate States. Six or eight fines were imposed upon as many p