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d was sentenced to six months imprisonment in the city jail. John Straylor, charged with the same offence, plead guilty, and was sentenced to thirty days imprisonment in jail; and Alfred Myer, also charged with petty larceny, acknowledged his guilt, and received the sentence of sixty days confinement in jail. Jerry and Morris, two slaves, charged with a misdemeanor, and ordered by the Mayor to receive twenty lashes, were tried on the appeal taken by them, and the Court re-affirming his Honor's disposition of the case, they were ordered to be whipped forthwith. James R. Shumaker, charged with stealing a saddle from Major Snowden, plead guilty to the charge and was sentenced to jail for six months. The case against Wingfield S. Tynes, charged with stealing several small pieces of cotton cloth from William Stagg, was continued till the next term, and the accused was admitted to bail for his appearance. Benjamin Degroot and William Duke, indicted for exhibiting the ga