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Hustings Court. --The following business was transacted before Judge Wm.. H. Lyons on Saturday last: The jury in the case of Daniel W. Lea and Robert Brannon, for unlawfully cutting Jno. Burns, were out all day, except when before the Judge for instructions. At the moment of adjournment they brought in a verdict of guilty against both parties, who were each fined $5. The Court imprisoned Lea for 30 days and Brannon for 10 days. Thos. Wilkinson and Jas. Baker, the lads who broke into Henry Miller's shoe shop, on Broad street, about 10 months since, and purloined a lot of boots and shoes, were tried for that offence, adjudged guilty, and sentenced to the Penitentiary for one year. Wilkinson was condemned to a 6 months tour in the city jail, a few days since, for petty larceny. On his last trial he was defended by M. Johnson, Baker by Lewis Randolph. The Grand Jury of this Court assembled on Saturday, but did no business worthy of special mention.
ced a resolution instructing the Committee on Accounts to settle the accounts of the pages in the House of Representatives for the Thirty-sixth Congress, which resolution was agreed to. Mr. Haskin reported from the Committee on Public Printing a resolution authorizing to be printed for the use of Congress several thousand copies of the report of the Select Committee on the abstraction of the Indian trust bonds, and other committees. Agreed to. The House then went into Committee of the Whole on the Post-Office Appropriation bill. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, March 3. --Mr. Johnson replied pungently to Mr. Lane, causing much applause in the galleries, which were consequently cleared. The Peace Congress propositions were debated. Several minor appropriations were concurred in. Mr. Pugh moved to substitute the Crittenden resolutions for the Peace Congress propositions. At midnight last night the Senate took a recess until 7 o'clock to-night.