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cused, informing Hicks that there was no sort of testimony that a larceny was intended. Adeline, slave of Mary Fox, charged with assaulting and beating Mrs. Ellen C. Dekolb, was called to the bar. The evidence fully substantiating the accusation, His Honer ordered the negro to be soundly thrashed. After a partial examination of the charge preferred against Charles, slave of Henry S. Weldon, of stealing one hundred and twenty pounds of bacon and fifty pounds of flour belonging to Wm. A. Jones, the case was continued till this morning. Timothy Kielty and John McKinley, were up before His Honor charged with engaging in a fight in the street. The evidence proving that Kelly had on several occasions abused, and made some grave threats against, McKinley, and that McK, was in search of a Magistrate to obtain a warrant protecting him from further abuse, when the two coming together a fight ensued, the Mayor required the former to give him security for his good behavior for twel