oad street, of which he was an elder and leading member for many years.
The large attendance of persons present proved the estimation in which he was held by his fellow citizens.
In the different churches yesterday subscriptions were taken up for the benefit of the sufferers.
The citizens, also, on Saturday, responded nobly to the calls made on them for the same object.
We append a list of the killed, wounded, and missing:
Died from their injuries.--Females: Adalie Mayer, Mary O'Brien, Martha Daley, Julia Brannon, Nannie Horin, Mary Rowlin, Catherine McCarthy, Mary Zegingham, Mary Whitehurst, Sarah Haney, Mary A. Garnett, Mary Archer, Eliza Willis, Elizabeth Moore, Francis Blassingame, Elizabeth Young, Mary Valentine, Marish Brein, Ela. Smith, Amelia Tiefenbacy, Annie Davis, Alice Johnson, Mary Cushing Alice Boulton, Barbary Jackson, Mary Wallace, Ann Dodson, Louisa Ricely Ellen Sullivan, Mary O'Conner, Virginia Page, Males: Rev. John H. Woodcock, James G. Currie.
examination before the Hustings Court.
Dick, slave of Francis J. Smith, who divided the spoils with Cyrus, was also sent on. [The circumstances of the robbery have already been published.] The case against Jordan, slave of Mary Hill, charged with stealing two thousand dollars worth of corn, flour, and harness, from some person unknown, was called and the evidence partially heard; but, in order to obtain other witnesses, the matter was continued till this morning.--Catherine Sullivan and Mary O'Brien, charged with assaulting and beating Mary Conners, were required to give security for their good behavior.
Conners, the complainant, was also held to security, it having been proven that she was equally guilty of disorderly conduct.--Harrison, slave of James Gunn, arrested with thirty pounds of soap in his possession, which he could give no account of, was committed for a hearing to-day.--Sarah, slave of William Archer, charged with stealing a bracelet, valued at $500, the property of Mr