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ch he did. Mike, a darkey employed at Chimborazo Hospital, found drunk by the watch Tuesday night, with two blankets and a decanter in his possession, was ordered 25 lashes. Dennis O'Leary was arraigned for fighting in the house of Margaret Griffin, on 17th street. It was in proof that he and others were gambling therein, and a dispute arising, a row ensued, all the parties making good their escape, save O'Leary, who was captured by the police. Defendant was committed in default of $2session, was ordered 25 lashes. Adams and Wesley, slaves of John E. Wadsworth, found with forged passes on their persons, were ordered 39 lashes each. Ann and Matilda, two slaves, charged with harboring and concealing Debby, slave of Mrs. Griffin, were each ordered 25 lashes. The case of Madison Griffin, charged with forging the name of John Griffin and getting $10 from Richard Reins, was continued till Monday, the witnesses not being present. Cornelius, slave of R. J. Jones,
n in the 2d Market house. Tem, slave of Samuel Kyland, was ordered 25 lashes for stealing a pair of buggy shafts from J. H. Shields. Edward, Slave of Geo. W. Pollard, was ordered 30 lashes for stealing 20 bushels of corn. and Margaret Griffin, arrested for receiving the same, also underwent an examination, resulting in Mr. Griffin's discharge. The case against Mis G. was continued. The case against Jesse White. for shooting at and wounding John Andrews, on Main street oppoMr. Griffin's discharge. The case against Mis G. was continued. The case against Jesse White. for shooting at and wounding John Andrews, on Main street opposite the Spotswood. Hotel, on Sunday morning, was called upon it being announced that the wounded man would be unable to appear for several days, the Mayor determined to continue the case until Thursday. Judge Crump appeared for White. None of the circumstances attending the affair were related in Court. Mike Sullivan and James Hope. boys were required to answer for being engaged, on Sunday night about 8 o'clock, in making a great noise and disturbance in front of the Mount Vernon Hote
Arrests. --The city police yesterday arrested Tom. Caines, slave of R. Davis, for stealing 30 lbs of bacon belonging to the Confederate States; and Royal, slave of S C Hatcher, for aiding and abetting him in concealing it; also Margaret Griffin, for assaulting and beating Catharine Waish.