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Hustings Court. --This Court met pursuant to adjournment yesterday. Present: James K. Caskie, Recorder; Richard S Sanway, Senior Alderman, and James Bray, Wm. W Timberlake, L. T. Chandler, and Adolphus Gary, Aldermen. The application of Thomas S. Bradford; asking a license to keep an ordinary at his house in this city, was rejected. Mr. G. W. Garnett appeared and qualified as Notary Public for the city of Richmond. The application of Francis Berily, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, will be heard on Friday next. The trial of Sylvanus T. Brown, a free negro, for feloniously stealing two cities from Nathaniel Lawrence, on the 30th of July last, was continued till the October term. John N. Gary was nominated and qualified as Deputy Sergeant of the City of Richmond. Bettie Page, a free negroes, confined in jail sometime since, was ordered by the Court to be hired out to pay jail fees. Daniel Solan, charged with stea