ing, commonly called Major-General Whiting.
The prisoner was acquitted.
Wm. D. Bowman was examined for murdering Geo. Bailey on the 7th day of April, and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons.
Bail was refused.
James, slave of Isham Tuning, of Fauquier county, was tried for murdering Andrew, a slave, on the 10th of March, and the evidence being fully heard, he was found guilty.
Ordered that instead of being hung, he be sold and transported beyond the limits of the Confederate States, for the term of his natural life.
James was valued at $800, and the Sergeant of the city was directed to convey him to the Superintendent of the Penitentiary and deliver him up for safe Keeping.
Wm. J. Duggins was fined $10 and costs, for permitting his slave, Woodson, to go at large and hire himself out contrary to law.
Silvanus Griffin and Charles Camp were put on trial for aiding in a fight on Main street, and the evidence being partly heard, the case was continued until to day.