and violence, and by putting one Frederick J. Gardner in bodily fear, on the 7th of February, stealing, and carrying away from his person, and within his immediate presence, a Colt's revolver and lot of wearing apparel.--Smith was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons.
Connelly was ordered to be taken before the Mayor, to be examined for the offence of receiving stolen goods, knowing them to be stolen.
Richard Morris and Thomas Collier were examined for stealing, from the store of Peyon Johnston & Brother, on the 14th day of January, a pocket book containing about $15 in bank notes, and a lot of valuable papers.
The parties are half grown lads.
They were discharged on the allegation made against them, but required to give $300 security for their good behavior.
The license granted Alfred A. Heath to keep an ordinary was, with the leave of the Court, transferred for the balance of his term to Wm. A. J. Smith.
P. E. Gentry, Police Constable, presented an account of $39.