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Thomas White, a free negro from Buckingham, charged with stealing a horse, valued at one thousand dollars, the property of some one unknown; James W. Harris, a white man, charged with receiving the same, knowing the animal was stolen; Henry Moore, charged with drunkenness and insulting ladies in the street; Lawrence, slave of Thomas J. Bolton, and Daniel Ruffin, a free negro, charged with stealing a pocket-book, containing seventy dollars, from William H. Jordan; Jane, a slave arrested for using abusive and insulting language to Mrs. C. Hicks; Jane Gibson, a free negro, using threatening and abusive language towards Rebecca Chandler. Allen, slave of John Harris, charged with stealing two and a half bushels of wheat from Ellison & Brother; Gus, slave of Thomas Giles, and James, slave of William C. Winston, for receiving the same, knowing it to have been stolen; and James, slave of Frederick Swift, charged with having in his possession eleven bags, supposed to have been stolen.