he Virginia Central Railroad, worth $150. The defendant alleges that he bought the iron of a white man, and in order to give him an opportunity to produce the individual, the case was continued until Monday.
James Phillips, charged with breaking into the house of Elizabeth Hindman, and smashing up a lot of her furniture, was arraigned for examination.
The defendant was proved to have rendered himself liable to the pains and penalties of the law by committing an amatory assault on Martha Jane Miller, an inmate of Miss Hindman's domicil, and the Mayor sent him on to be examined before the Hustings Court on the 2d Monday in March next.
The case of James Clarke, charged with stealing $75 from Louis Antone, on the 10th of last June, was called up, when the defendant attempted to prove an alibi. The case was continued for a further hearing.
J. E. Lehmone, who assisted Fritz Kreibel in murdering Phillip Sautter, in his saloon, corner of Main and 10th streets, on Monday, was br
It will doubtless relieve the minds of the friends of the parties to know the names of Blues who were at Nag's Head, on the sick list a the time of the fight.
From a private letter written by E. J. Levy, first sergeant of the company, we learn that ten were sick at that place, and are now safe, namely: E. J. Levy Henry D. Burr, Wm. W. Landrum, George I. Lumpkin, Lewis Trueheart, Jas. Beckman Charles Tower, Ed. J. Gregory, Robert Ralston, and Ed. Halliday.
We learn that H. D. Burr arrived in this city last night.
The reported escape of Lieut. Rigger is erroneous.
He is believed to be a prisoner.
Of the Jackson Guard, it is stated that but one escaped.
He was employed in removing ammunition from the Island.
A statement was made by a passenger last evening, that Lieut. Miller, of the same company, was wounded in the hand, not dangerously, and taken prisoner.
There are other rumors connected with the affair but as they lack confirmation, we decase to make them public.
ch, was authorized to celebrate marriages and officiate as minister in accordance with the usage of that Christian society.
Case against Perry Moses for letting his slave go at large, was dismissed.
Rule against Jno. J. Walker, for the same cause.
Rules were awarded against John Jaiser, Wm. A. Barnett, and Jim Webster, for failing to appear as witnesses against Cyrus, a slave, charged with felony.
James Phillips, a soldier, was examined for making a lascivious attack on Martha Jane Miller, a white girl, under 21 years of age, and was acquitted.
Wm. H. Pleasants was appointed deputy for John M. Francisco, Commissioner of the Revenue for Jefferson Ward, who is unable to perform his duties on account of sickness.
Geo. Jones, a member of the Public Guard, charged with entering the residence of Wm. Burton, on the 29th of February, and stealing a piece of cloth and other articles, was examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons.
He was allowed to give bail in