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e of Geo. Gibson, charged with throwing stones in the street, was ordered to be whipped. A similar charge was preferred against Robert and Jim, the property of Thomas J. Evans. They were also ordered to be whipped. A negro man named James, belonging to Daniel Trueheart's estate, charged with being drunk, insulting in his language, and refusing to give his name, was called up to answer the complaint. The offence was proved, and the Mayor ordered him to receive thirty-nine lashes. James and John, slaves, were ordered to be licked for being out after hours. Henry, slave of Ferdinand Fore, charged with stealing one calico dress, valued at $10, and one bonnet, worth $5, from Thomas W. B. Davidson, was called to answer the accusation. The evidence proved the offence, and he was thereupon ordered to be whipped. William Wynant was called to answer the charge of unlawfully stealing one shawl from Mrs. Mary A. Wood. After an examination of witnesses the accused was sent