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Mayor's Court, Wednesday, May 27. --Wm. H. Crawford, arrested as an idle, dissolute person, with no visible means of support, had his case continued for another hearing. The case of John Hicks, for unlawfully assaulting and beating Hanover, slave of Elizabeth R. Tyler, was continued till Friday. Harris, slave of John Green, charged with stealing $40 worth of clothes from Jas. J Mahone, was ordered to be whipped. Mary Robey, charged with stealing $48 from Jerry Sullivan, was acquitted. Jerry Sullivan was remanded for indictment by the Hustings Court grand jury for assaulting and beating Mary Roney. The case of William Fitzgerald, for shooting Jac. Froner, with intent to kill, was called and continued until the 30th inst. The case of Lewis Crone, for stealing a cow from Wellington Goddin, was continued. Dan. Batler, John Gentry, Ro Clark, and Samuel Dake, were required to give security for their good behavior, and sent before the Hustings Court, f
Dealing faro. --Urish Porter appeared before the Mayor yesterday and gave bail in $1,000 to answer an indictment by the Grand Jury for exhibiting a game of faro in this city within the past sixty days. Mr. John Green, the witness, testified to seeing the accused dealing the game about one month ago, and officer Morris stated that he entered Porter's on Monday and took possession of a dealing-box, table, checks, cards, lay-out, and other paraphernalia of that enticing game.
The Hustings court of Justices met yesterday and tried a number of negroes, slave and free, for felony. John Green, free, charged with begging. was found guilty and ordered to be sold into slavery. Patrick Colomen, free, pieced guiltily to the charge of stealing $4,200 from Murting Quiniana, and was ordered to be cold into slavery. George Weill, a white men, charged with feloniously stabbing his wife, was and sent on for trial before Judge Lyeen. Frank, a slave, wall paper from Miles T. Phillips, and and John, slaves for stealing had been John found guilty and confessed to receive each. The Grand Jory was in a number of pro
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