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To be Tried for their lives. --William Stephens, a slave, and keeper of a cook shop in Pink Alley, Frederick Garard, slave, and Dick, slave of Mr G. Wortham, were before the Mayor on Saturday last, on charge of breaking into the store of E. W. Tompkins, and robbing it of $2,000 worth of goods-- Each of the parties were sent on for final trial before the Hustings Court, and if found guilty, may be hang.
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Disposed of --Several negro fellows, found at the cook-shop of William Stephens, a slave when the officers searched for the goods stolen from Mr. Tompkins, were before the Mayor Saturday morning, and ordered to be soundly punished for keeping bad company.