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Alderman's Hustings Court,Wednesday, March 11th. --Present, James K. Caskie, Recorder; R. D. Sanxay, Senator Alderman; James Bray. M. C. Lipscomb, Wm. W.Timberlake, John F. Regnault and John W. Beveridge, Aldermen. Twenty six jurymen were ordered to be summoned to appear to-morrow for the trial of the misdemeanor cases on the docet of this Court. Rules were awarded against Peter F. Brown and John Knox, Commonwealth's witnesses, for falling to attend against Martha, a slave, charged with felony A colle prosequi was entered in the case of Thos. D. Budgins charged with grand larceny. Charles E Kent was fined ten dollars and costs for permitting his slave, Mary Ann, to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. David Preston and Philip W. Reynolds were examined for effecting on the 19th of February a burglarious einto the storehouse of David Epstin and Harris Brill, corner of Main street and Locust alley, and stealing several pairs of shoes, sundry r