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nt on to be tried before Judge Lyons. James H. Tremier was examined for stealing, taking and carrying away, on the 6th of October, divers paper writings, of the value of $30, belonging to Andrew J. Taylor, and was acquitted and discharged. Edward S. Gentry, on appeal from judgment of the Mayor, sentencing Gentry as a free negro to lashes, for heating Peter Campbell, a free negro, recognizance entered into for appearance of defendant at the next term. A rule was awarded va. Charles Ellis to show cause why he should not be fined for allowing his slave to go at large. C. S. District Court--Judge Halyburton's Court was in session yesterday. The Grand Jury were sword, and made a number of presentments, amongst which are the following: One presentment against J. Tozier for counterfeiting a $5 C. S. note; one presentment against same for same offence; one presentment against same for counterfeiting a $20 C. S. note; three presentments against Wm. Wright for counter