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rmen. Thadeus Scott, free negro, was tried for stealing, on the 2d of April, a pocket book containing $40, belonging to Wm H. Gentry.--He was found guilty, and in accordance with the State law was ordered to be sold into absolute slavery. Louisa Jenkins, free negro, was tried for stealing, on the 1st day of April, from Camille Ridgeley, a valise containing divers articles of the value of $100. The court voted that the case bad not been made out, and discharged the accused. Solomon Green and Thomas Didamus, free negroes, were tried for stealing $64 in bank notes from Captain Edward O'Brien, at the Powhatan House, on the 1st day of April. --The court adjudged them guilty, and determined that, instead of being confined in the Penitentiary, they should be sold into absolute slavery by the City Sergeant. Bill Scott, a free negro, was ordered to be sold into absolute slavery, for having, on the 15th day of March, falsely represented to Elizabeth Brown that he had obtain