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was the thief. Mr. B. recognized him immediately as one of the thieves who had been previously chased out of his yard. He was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes. Robert Pearman was sent on for examination before the Hustings Court on the charge of stealing a lot of pig iron, valued at $140, from J. R. Anderson & Co. John Pug, a free negro, charged with stealing four shad from John Tucker, in the First Market, was ordered to be whipped, but subsequently took an appeal from his Honor's decision and was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. In the absence of Mr. Tucker from his cart, at the market yesterday, Pug took his stand beside it and commenced selling his shad without any authority to do so. When he had sold four of them Mr. Tucker again returned to his cart, but before he reached it the fellow espied him coming and slipped off with the proceeds of his sales. The following cases were continued in consequence of absent witnesses: Jim Harris and C