e was called, though summoned, a rule was awarded against her for contempt of Court, returnable on Friday next.
James H. Wilson, alias Toombs, was examined and sent on for trial on the charge of felony.
The charge of felony against William K. Ellet and Robert H. Cotton was examined into, and the accused acquitted of the offence.
A slave of Col. Washington, named Nathan, charged with stealing one gold watch and chain, the property of Upham Roy, was taken up, and, after a patient examination, he was discharged of the stealing, but was ordered 39 lashes for receiving the name, knowing them to have been stolen.
William E. Wade was fined $10 for contempt of Court in failing to attend as a witness in the case against Ellet and Cotton.
Isaac Jacobs was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons's Court to answer the charge of uttering counterfeit passports and offering them for sale.
The Attorney for the Commonwealth, with the leave of the Court, declined further to