his position, denied knowing what had become of them.
Under these circumstances, Miss Tate procured a warrant for his arrest.
The Mayor sent the accused on for examination before the Hustings Court, allowing him bail in the meantime for his appearance.
A soldier named William Werth was charged with stealing a horse, valued at $1,500, the property of Vincent Camalier; but in the absence of material witnesses the case was postponed till Saturday and the party committed to jail.
Polly Jacobs was charged with stealing a pocketbook, containing twenty-five dollars in Confederate States notes and six dollars in Yankee greenbacks, the property of a free negro man named Samuel Forsyth.
Polly, when called to the stand, made a statement which threw the guilt upon a negro named John, slave to Samuel Forsyth.
John was, therefore, ordered to be whipped and Polly discharged.
Jacob Mœbus preferred a charge of trespass against Mary, slave of William Allen.
Upon a hearing of the cas