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uittal to four for conviction. We append a summary of the deferred proceedings of the Court on Saturday. The indictments against twenty-nine citizens for issuing shinplasters, were taken up, and a summons was awarded against the defendant in each case, to answer the indictments, returnable to the next term. Subsequently, twenty-five of the number appeared by A. A. Morson, their attorney, and pleaded not guilty, and the Attorney for the Commonwealth joined issue on said pleas. Robert B. Lyne and R. S. Vest, indicted for issuing shinplasters, were called and failed to appear, and the Court gave judgment for $10 fine and costs against each. White and Riley, presented for retailing ardent spirits in the theatre, appeared and entered a general demurrer to the presentment, and the Attorney for the Commonwealth joined therein. Ann Winkers, indicted for retailing ardent spirits, failed to appear, and the Court gave judgment for $60 fine and costs. A nolle prosequi wa
Ranaway. --I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery to me of a negro boy named William. who ranaway from Mr. J. Powers several months since. Said boy is quite black, about 16 years old, with a large scar on his face, produced by the kick of a horse. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for Geo. Fitzhugh, office over A. Bodeker's Drug Store. de 12--ts
Twenty dollars reward. --William Foster, a mulatto man, well known as having lived with Messrs. Warwick & Barks dale, and as a famous runaway, is off again, and I will give $20 reward for his apprehension and delivery in Cary street Jail, or to me. Robert B. Lyne. de 7--ts