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Police Arrests. --The following parties arrested by the civil police were lodged in the lower station house yesterday afternoon: Freeman Powell, white, upon the charge of cutting and stabbing Patrick O'Donnell. Hester, slave of Mrs. Susan Jarvis, charged with breaking into the dwelling-house of Harriet Halsy and stealing therefrom a lot of crockery ware, cutlery, &c. Lucy, slave of John Lumpkin, charged with stealing a lot of sundries from G. A. Piple.
pkin, charged with stealing a lot of pictures, pins, soap and snuff, valued at three hundred dollars, the property of G. A. Peple, was ordered to be whipped. James Denay, charged with being a person of evil name, fame and reputation, was committed in default of security for his good behavior. George, slave of Fanny West, and James, slave of Wilson Kelly, charged with engaging in pugilistic exercise in the house of Fanny West, were ordered to be soundly whipped. The case of Freeman Powell, charged with stabbing and wounding Patrick O'Donnell, was continued. The case against Ellen Mitchell and Elizabeth Swords, charged with burglariously entering the house of Elizabeth Jeter, was again called, but decision deferred for satisfactory reasons. John Ryan, white, was charged with stealing a five barrel pistol, the property of C. L. Harless; but circumstances prevented the final disposition of the case. The finding of one or two other parties, charged with ordinan
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Freeman Powell, the young man who cut and stabbed Patrick O'Donnell on last Sunday week, on the south side of the Basin, from the effects of which O'Donnell died on last Saturday, was brought into court for an examination; but the Mayor having had placed in his hands the evidence and verdict of the Coroner's inquest, no examination was gone into, and Powell was remanded for the Hustings Court, which sets on the second Monday in April next, and the witnesses recoPowell was remanded for the Hustings Court, which sets on the second Monday in April next, and the witnesses recognized for their appearance at that time. Thomas, slave of Gates Thompson, was charged with stealing two ladies' dresses, and other articles to the value of one thousand dollars, belonging to William Valentine. The evidence was not conclusive enough, and His Honor thought Mr. Valentine should be present to testify; therefore he continued the case until to-day. George Finnegan and Spartan Webb were charged with having in their possession a bag of meal, supposed stolen from some person