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ly fitted the indentures made in the door ways of several houses broken open on Friday night. Thomas Alexander, arrested for stealing a $30 shawl from Charles Dekab, was arraigned, and the witness desired by the prisoner to prove his innocence having appeared, gave testimony strongly in behalf of the Commonwealth. Suffice it to say that DeKab recovered his shawl and the Mayor sent the accused to jail to be examined before the Hustings Court for grand larceny. The case against Madison Griffin for forging John Griffin's name and getting $15 from Richard Reins, was continued for further proof. Thomas Groshen, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the street, was acquitted. --Milke Flynn, on the same charge, was committed. William, slave of N. Mills, caught with a batch of clothes, supposed to have been stolen, had a pass from Gen. Winder, and was committed to find out how he came by it. The clothes were delivered to their owner. Emanuel, slave of B.