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Proceedings of Congress. In the Senate, Saturday, Mr. Pugh, of Ohio, presented the resolutions of the Democratic State Convention of that State. Mr. Hale thought, that as the paper was not addressed as a memorial to the Senate it should not be received. The subject was discussed by Mr. Crittenden, Mr. Pugh, Mr. Mason, Mr. Cameron, and Mr. Anthony. The Senate agreed, by a vote of yeas 33, nays 14, to receive the memorial. Mr. Hale moved that the resolution be referred to the Committee of Thirteen, which was agreed to. Mr. Latham moved to take up the bill providing for a payment of expenses of Indian hostilities in Texas, and afterwards withdrew the motion. Mr. Seward presented several compromise memorials. Mr. Crittenden presented a similar memorial, from one thousand citizens of Kentucky; also, memorials of the same character from Maine, Missouri, and Connecticut. Mr. Ten Eyck presented a Republican manifesto from the Republican members of
m his master, was sent down under sentence of 39 lashes. Archer, slave of Turpin & Yarborough, arrested for going out at night without a pass, was discharged from custody. Margaret Nicholas, a free woman of color, charged with living in Richmond with no other register of her freedom than that furnished her by the county court of Fluvanna, was dismissed, with an order to leave the city by Tuesday next. Wm. Ruffin, a barber's boy, and Charles, employed by Dr. Cabell, charged with fighting near Lomax Smith's tonsorial establishment, were punished with 25 lashes each. It appeared that during the melee, William drew a razor and gave his antagonist a pretty severe cut on the sin. Albert Rish, slave of Stephen Mason, was ordered 20 lashes for stealing coal from Wm. H. Davis. The prisoner's counsel took an appeal to the Hustings court. Mrs. Yarrington was fined $2 for permitting a nuisance in the shape of a heap of rubbish to accumulate and remain on her premises.
Almetus P. Brown. two cases: The Old Dominion Savings Bank; David Baker, jr., four cases; Thaddens B. Starke. six cases; William G. Dandridge, two cases; Benjamin M. Harris, two cases; Emanuel Semon, four cases; George I. Herring, four cases; The Metropolitan Savings Banks, five cases; Francis B. Hart, two cases; Peachy R. Grattan; David J. Burr; Moses L. Stratton; Thomas Lawson; D. J. Saunders. jr.; David J. Saunders; The City of Richmond, three cases; John F. Regnault; James M. Taylor; Charles W. Purcell; Stephen Mason, two cases; Thos. Mason, two cases; James L. Porter; Garinta Barker; The United Savings Bank of Henrico co.; Edward D. Eacho, two cases; Thomas J. Starke; William L. Maule; The Virginia Savings Bank; five cases; The People's Savings Bank, two cases; Thomas M. Alfriend, two cases; Richard H. Dibrell, two cases; Charles R. Bricken, two cases; D. F. Booth, three cases; Isaac J. Mercer, four cases; John H. Digges, three cases; Richard S. Massie; John. T. Sublett.
One case disposed of. --Stephen Mason, who was presented in two cases, by the Grand Jury for issuing shinplasters, voluntarily appeared at the Circuit Court yesterday, confessed judgment, and was fined ten dollars and costs in each case.
rsday next. Mrs. Ould was admitted to ball in the sum of $1,000, with William J. Brown and D. D. Farquhar as sureties, and the witnesses for the Commonwealth were recognized to appear. John T. West was charged with buying thirty-two law books, knowing the same to have been stolen. J. L. C. Danner, the only witness in the case, was called, but failed to respond, and the Mayor postponed the hearing until Monday, admitting the accused to ball in the sum of three hundred dollars, with Stephen Mason as surety. D. D. Mott was charged with stealing a watch, valued at twenty dollars, from Marshall Ames. The accused was formerly an officer in the United States army, and stationed in this city. Mr. Ames testified that, about the first of last month, he let Mott have the watch for the purpose of selling it; that two or three days afterwards, noticing that Mott did not have the watch, he questioned him, and was told that he had sold it. A gentleman came in and accused Mott of pawni