ged with stealing a pocket-book, containing seventy-one dollars and fifty cents, from William H. Jordan.
The accused are employees in the barber shop near the corner of Main and Tenth streets, and Mr. Jordan having left his pocket-book there, which he could not afterwards find, they were arrested as the guilty parties.
The testimony elicited threw some suspicion on Daniel, and he was ordered to be whipped; Lawrence was discharged from the charge of stealing; but some doubts arising as to his status as a free negro or slave, he was committed for further investigation into the matter.
Moses, reported as a slave of Mollie E. Currey, was charged with going at large; but it turned out that he was free, and the Mayor therefore ordered him to be taken to the batteries.
Sandy, slave of Jesse Hutchinson, charged with having no pass and trespassing upon John Clash, was ordered to be whipped.
Mrs. Ann English was fined ten dollars for allowing her servant George to go at large.