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der, sentencing him to receive thirty-nine lashes, had his case continued, and gave bail for his appearance at the next term.--The case against the members of the Richmond Typographical Association, "for conspiring together as printers to extort money from John M. Daniel," was called up and dismissed on a nolle prosequi. A rule was then awarded against the parties to appear at the next term and show cause why an information should not be filed against them to answer the alleged offence.--Bryant Riley was tried for assaulting Wm. Trexler, a small boy. Defendant appeared on his own recognizance, and the matter being submitted to the Court without argument, he was fined $1 and the costs.--Edward S. Gentry, on appeal from the judgment of the Mayor, defining his status to be that of a free colored man, and adjudging a penalty against him for some offence committed as such, was continued till the next term, Gentry giving bail for his appearance.--In the case, reported yesterday, of Wm. Gots