rge of larceny, examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons.
The charge against Ann Dobson alias Leary, of receiving stolen goods, knowing them to have been stolen, was examined into and the accused remanded for trial before Judge Lyons.
Two slaves, named Washington and Robert, charged with aiding and persuading a slave belonging to Robert Richardson, to escape from her master with intent to leave the State, were examined for the offence, acquitted and discharged.
Mrs. Francis Kelley, was remanded to Judge Lyons's Court for trial on the charge of feloniously and Hotously, in company with others, breaking and entering the store of Poliard & Walker, with intent to commit larceny.
The accused was one of the mob which assembled on the 2d of April, 1863.
Fanny, a slave of John Curey, was arraigned upon the charge of setting fire to and burning the dwelling house of Cedmas C. Johnson, on the 7th day of December, 1863 proved guilty of the charge, and sentenced to