ity without a proper register.
In default of ball, he was committed to jail till his identify is made manifest.
After the examination of the evidence against John Cunningham, charged with being a suspicious character and stealing from Mrs. Annie Munson a pocket book containing about $90, the Mayor sent him on to the May term of the Hustings Court for further trial.
Security was required and given by Charles Miller, charged with assaulting and using abusive language towards Miss. Margaret Martin, an employee in his bake shop.
John, in the employ of the Confederate States, was ordered to be whipped for being out on the street after hours with an improper pass.
Miles R. Bohannon was committed to prison to answer the charge of forging, on the 10th of March, a check, purporting to be signed by "B. Akins & Son," of Lynchburg, on the Farmers' Bank of Virginia.
William, slave of George Duggins, was ordered thirty nine lashes, on the strength of the evidence charging