ainst Peter, slave of N. M. Lee, and William, slave of N. M. Norfleet, of stealing two boxes of tobacco and one bag of meal, valued at $400, from N. M. Lee, was examined into, and the evidence sustaining the accusation, they were remanded for trial before the Hustings Court.
A white man, named D. Baccigaluppi, was sent on to the Hustings Court, after an examination upon the charge of receiving two boxes of tobacco and one bag of meal, worth $400, knowing it to have been stolen.
Martha Harris, a free negro, was ordered twenty-five lashes for entering the house of Charles Palmer, with the intent of committing a larceny.
The counsel in this case asked for an appeal from His Honor's decision, which was granted.
The charge preferred against Jack, the property of Chas. A. Rose, of stealing an overcoat from another negro, was not sustained by the testimony, whereupon the accused was dismissed.
Wm. H. Wales, a member of Parker's battery, arraigned on the charge of attempt