When first arrested and committed to the Castle, he was endeavoring to make his way into General Lee's lines to be returned to his owner.
The South was his home, he said, and let what might be done to him be would never desert his colors.
He was ordered to be carried back to Castle Thunder, where he will doubtless be punished for all his delinquencies.
Martha Henley, a free negroes, charged with stealing one thousand dollars worth of wearing apparel, the property of Miss Sally Richardson, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes.
Granville Mentelle was again brought up on the charge of stealing two horses--one the property of Henry Dibrell, and the other belonging to the Confederate States; but, in consideration of the absence of witnesses, the case was continued till the 5th proximo.
Tuesday next was set apart for a hearing of the case against Jim and Charles Harris, free negroes, charged with burglariously entering the house of Mrs. Hottaday and stealing