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Stealing a watch chain. --John Williams, a free negro, employed in the capacity of body servant to Lieut. M. S. Cles Cland, was yesterday arraigned before Alderman Sanxay, on the charge of stealing from his master one watch chain, worth one hundred dollars, and disposing of the same, Lieut. C. had never suspected the honesty of Williams, and had for some time entrusted him with everything of value which he possessed; but experience had taught him that few negroes were to be trusted, and in future more caution would be observed in dealing with the chaos. The case was at first sent on to the Hustings Court; but the Acting Mayor, by the request of Lieutenant Cleveland to be permitted to leave immediately for his regiment, and a promise that the negro should accompany him to revoke his decision, and acuteness him 39 lashes.
Trespassing. --A charge was preferred yesterday morning against a white man named Joseph. W. Wood, who claims to be a detailed soldier, for trespassing on the promises of Mrs. Nancy. Riddell and severely whipping a slave woman belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Hancock. The evidence given by Mrs. R. proved Wood's conduct before his encounter with the negro took place to have been of a very characters and his subsequent behavior, as testified to by the officers who arrested him, left little doubt upon the mind of Alderman Sanxay of the punishment, he should receive. Wood was ordered to prison for three months and then to give security for his good behavior in the sum of $150.
Stealing bacon. --Thompson, a negro, employed at Camp Jackson Hospital, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon, having in his possession a lot of bacon, candles, and bed clothing, supposed to have been stolen. The evidence proving his guilt, Acting Mayor Sanxay ordered him 39 lashes, and consignment to jail for want of a proper register.
Robbery. --Nancy, a negress belonging to Mrs. Rachel Burruss, underwent an examination before Alderman Sanxay yesterday morning on the charge of stealing from the premises of Mr. J. M. Skinner several articles of valuable clothing. In view of the testimony given on trial her case was sent on to the Hustings Court for grand larceny.