t, Saturday, Jan. 17th. --Recorder Jas. N. Caskie, presiding.--James Greghan, a resident of Hughes's Row, was put on trial for keep- ing a disorderly house, After hearing the dance and arguments of counsel the jury brought the defendant is guilty, and fined . The Court declined to add imprisonment W. Thomas, who resides on the suburbs of the city, above ville, war also put on for a similar offence, but on bearing the evidence the jury brought in a verdict of acquittal, The case against Lucian Polk, for allowing a lewd female to in the public street, opposite the Provost Marshal's office, to the ment of the public morals, was by the Commonwealth's Attorney on payment of costs by the defendant.
The Court adjourned for the term.
Supreme Court of Appeals--This tribunal has been in session since January 5th. Arguments have been delivered in a number of cases, but one of which has been decided.
This was the case of the city of Petersburg vs. Moore, argued by Conway Robinson and