ley, at whose house the arrests were made.
She was required to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars and admonished not to indulge in such celebrations again.
Edmund, slave of A. A. Hutcheson, was charged with feloniously breaking into the shop of Joseph F. Dabney, on the night of the 18th of September, and stealing a pair of boots, valued at $100, and a pair of ladies shoes; but the witnesses in the case not being present, the accused was remanded for a hearing at some future day.
Hannah Lynch, the keeper of a small fruit stand on the south side of the basin, was fined $20 for purchasing apples in the Second Market to sell again.
Confiscation of the apples was also ordered.
Charles Hubbs, charged with drunkenness and resisting the officers who arrested him, was held to security for his good behavior.
A continuance was entered in the case of Augustus, slave of Robert Corbin, charged with stealing two blankets.
Zeno, slave of Mrs. Taliaferro, charged with stealing