amined this morning.
Edward Quinlin, who claimed to be a discharged soldier, was ordered to be kept in jail until he is ready to leave the city.
James, a slave of Edward Watkins, was arrested Friday night without a pass.
His owner became surety at the eage for James's appearance before His Honor on Saturday morning; but though "solemnly called," as the record expresses it, "he came not." Where upon, the court declared the recognizance to have been forfeited, and ordered the proper course to be taken to make the money.
O. T. Westcott was fined $5 for firing a pistol in the street, and for other misconduct was required to give surety in $150 for his future good behavior.
He shook his head significantly at the notion of getting five dollars out of his empty pockets, and was equally poor in sureties.
So he had to go to jail.
Sela Johnson, free negress, jailed for want of papers.
William, slave, ordered 10 lashes for walking the streets at night without a pass.