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f her having five little helpless children dependent entirely upon her for a support, and the court thereupon reconsidered their verdict and lessoned the number of days for her confinement to five. Adolph New, a small white boy about twelve years of age, was guilty of stealing $130, the property of George A. Freeman, from a lady in the First Market, but in consideration of his youth he was discharged upon the promise of his mother to take him home and give him a good whipping. Henry Hungerford, charged with being interested in the exhibition of the game of faro, was found guilty and sentenced to sixty days imprisonment in the city jail and to pay a fine of one thousand dollars. Hon. Humphrey Marshall, counsel for the accused, took an appeal to a higher court in this case, but the Justices did not stay their verdict in consequence thereof. Joseph Gussen and Henry L. Wigand, the first charged with feloniously taking away furniture belonging to Smith & Harwood, and the latt
hree cases; William Singleton, four cases. For unlawfully exhibiting the game of faro — David Stubblefield, two cases; George Freeberger, one case; William Sudlings, one case;--Spradling, six cases; Joseph Clifford, five cases; John Slater, one case; and — Cheat, one case. For betting at the same — John Ferguson, four cases; George Freeberger, three cases; James Gamble, three cases; William Snellings, three cases; Francis Flannagan, three cases; Benjamin Degroot, three cases; and Henry Hungerford, three cases. [In all of the above presentments, John Reese, detective in the Confederate States Chief of Police office, was the informant. The whole of them together number sixty cases.] Alfred Ball was indicted for falsely representing himself to Mary Smith, a free negress, as a night watchman, and receiving a bribe of ten dollars from her to let her off. Ball was at one time a watchman, but had been dismissed the service. A true bill was also found against John M. Dan<