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lliam, a slave of Daniel Trueheart, was sentenced to be whipped for resisting an officer who ordered him to stop smoking in the streets.--The case of Riddell and Smith, charged with stealing a horse and buggy from Davis & Hutcheson, was continued to Thursday. One of the accused, Riddell, having produced a witness who saw him get into the buggy some time after it was stolen, was admitted to bail in $150 for his appearance Thursday.--The case of the same Smith, for assault and battery upon Julia Selden, was continued to this morning.--Eleven negro boys were ordered to be switched with willows, and several white boys' parents were fined $1 each, for that the said boys, white and black, had been engaged in a fight, or battle of stones, between the "Butchertown cats" and the "hill boys."--Solomon, a slave, was ordered fifteen lashes for throwing stones in the market.--Jacob Keck was complained against by Mr. Tyler for selling fresh meat in the New Market after eight o'clock Saturday night,