lave of Dr. Tatum, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, charged with stealing sundry articles of clothing and $25 in money from Philip Hirshberg; but Mr. H. seemed to know but little about it, and Sarah was discharged with a slight punishment.
Gabriel, slave of Dr. Edward Warren, of N. C., was arraigned for some practices unbecoming in a negro, and as a runaway; sentence accordingly.
Joe, slave of Susan Bagnall, charged with entering F. W. Bass's boarding-house "burglariously," with intent to steal, was proved by R. H. Mayo not to have entered burglariously, and was let off with 30 lashes — a light sentence, since Joe is a noted thief.
Annanias Mann, a free negro, was arraigned for stealing a coat and pair of boots, $40 in value, from Edward E. Portlock.
As Mr. Portlock, failed to prove Annanias was much more of a sinner than the father so prominently mentioned in the Scriptures — at least he failed to prove that he stole his garments — the negro was dischar