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All right. --The arrest of Dr. George R. C. Todd, of Lexington, Ky., for supposed disloyalty, which took place on Monday, has been noticed. He was brought before Senior Alderman Sanxay yesterday, and it is but just to him to say that his record as a Southern citizen was proved by the most respectable testimony to be clear and good. He was alluded to as having been arrested for incendiary language and calling high officials "damned traitors." The private citizens who arrested Dr. Todd on their motion and without authority of law, yesterday perfectly exonerated him from the charge. He was honorably acquitted, the parties to the transaction expressing their regrets that it had occurred. The fact that Dr. T. is a brother- in-law of a party hostile to our cause, is no cause for suspicion against him. He came four thousand miles to join in our struggle for independence, and proceeds this morning as a volunteer surgeon to aid the wounded at Manassas. If such actions does not prove
Fined. --Alderman Sanxay yesterday fined Patrick Johnson $5 for selling liquor without a license. Jas. Harrison was fined $10, and case sent to the Grand Jury, for keeping his house open after 10 o'clock, in violation of a city ordinance. The same judgment was rendered in the case of John Rankin; also. Sarah Fenson. Peter Shirley was fined $5 for keeping his restaurant open after prescribed hours.
Cases continued. --The case of George Salters, arrested as a suspicious person, was yesterday continued by Alderman Sanxay until the 26th. Mr. J. Bachrack's case, for leaving a cellar cap open, was continued until to-day. Case of Sarah A. Jones, for associating with Billy, a slave, was ended for the time being by putting her in jail till the 26th. Her colored friend was also sent down.
Discharged. --Pat Jennings, arrested as a spy, was brought before Alderman Sanxay yesterday, underwent an examination and was acquitted. Alpheus Grandison, free, and Alfred Hill, charged with the larceny of $16, in bank notes, were tried and acquitted.
Whipped. --William, slave of R. F. Morriss, was punished with ten stripes, by order of Alderman Sanxay yesterday, for stealing an umbrella from A. A. Hughes.