prings, knowing the same to have been stolen from the Confederate States; Elizabeth Jeter, charged with threatening to assault and beat Ellen Mitchell, as well as to poison her son; Albert Groomes, charged with felony, and Henrietta, slave of Thomas Friend, charged with forging passports, were called; but, owing to the absence of witnesses, were continued for a future hearing.
Edwin, slave of Joseph Dowdey, charged with stealing a coat, valued at six hundred dollars, the property of Joseph Kemper, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes.
Twenty stripes were inflicted upon William, slave of Samuel Reeves, charged with being an employee in a fare bank.
Sarah, slave of Jane Simpson, arrested as a runaway, was committed for identification.
The following parties were discharged: George Hodgers, charged with stealing a mule, valued at one thousand five hundred dollars, the property of Benjamin W. Green, and Emanuel Davenport, conniving at the escape of a slave of Mr. Harve