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and gives His Honor a better opportunity for the transaction of business. We note the cases heard: Philip Bayers and John O'Donnell, fighting in the street. Held to bail. Henry, slave to John Rowe, punished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing candles from O. B. Walton, and Lewis, a slave, also punished for receiving the same knowing them to have bnished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing bread from John Morris. John, slave to Edward Owens, punished for stealing candles from O. B. Walton, and Lewis, a slave, also punished for receiving the same knowing them to have been stolen. Edwin Turner, charged with participating in the Rocketts row, and breaking the windows of Ellen Welch, was sent on. Archer, a slave, for stealing a demijohn of brandy, was ordered the lash.