der Caskie, and Aldermen Bray, Timberlake, Anderson, Regnault, Gwathmey, and Sanxay.
George W. Williams was elected an Alderman for Madison Ward, vice John J. Binford resigned.
The application of Oswald Gasser, for an ordinary license, was heard and rejected.
The proceeding against Louisa Burton, for permitting her slave to go at large, was dismissed.
Richard Evans, an emancipated slave, was permitted to remain in the State, on proof of good character.
The case of Edw'd Kelley, indicted for misdemeanor, was continued for the defendant until the next term of the Court.
Capiases were awarded against John Finn and Jno. L. Curry.
indicated for assaulting Wm. Wayner also, against James F. Magee, Wm. Bares. Wm. Wayne, Sylvanus Griffin, and Chas. Camp indicted for misdemeanors.
A rule was a warded against George Turpin, to show cause why he should not be fined for allowing his slave George to go at large.
John A Worsham, indicted in two cases for permi