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er term yesterday in the City Hall Present: Recorder James K. Caskie, and Aldermen Sanway, Bray, Jones, and Gary. Mrs. Ann Wright was fined ten dollars and costs of prosecution for permitting her slave to go at large and hire herself out, contrary to law. The Court, acting under authority of an act passed by the General Assembly on the 2d inst., increased the jailor's fees of this city to two dollars and fifty cents per diem. Augustus Simone, arraigned for shooting, a few nights since, Ella Johnson, was examined and sent on to Judge Lyon's Court.--The accused was then remanded to jail. Two negroes, named John and Lemnel, slaves of Samuel Ayres and Watkins Warren, charged with stealing a quantity of ardent spirits, silver ware, window curtains, soap, and candles, from the dwelling house of Seth B. French, were arraigned, found not guilty, and discharged. Robert Page, a free negro, charged with stabbing Sylvester Overton, was examined and ordered twenty lashes.
Fifty dollars reward. --Ran away from my farm in Chesterfield county, four miles from the city of Richmond, on Friday, the 9th inst, (October,) my man Cornelius, aged 24 or 25 years, 5 feet 1 or 2 inches high, dark gingerbread color; has one tooth out in front below, and lisps a little. Said negro was raised by Edmund Ruffin, a little below Richmond, of whom I purchased him; don't recollect what kind of clothes he had on when he left. Any one finding him will please deliver him to me at my store on Cary, between 13th and Virginia sts. B J Johnson. oc 13--3t*