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Thomas White, a free negro from Buckingham, charged with stealing a horse, valued at one thousand dollars, the property of some one unknown; James W. Harris, a white man, charged with receiving the same, knowing the animal was stolen; Henry Moore, charged with drunkenness and insulting ladies in the street; Lawrence, slave of Thomas J. Bolton, and Daniel Ruffin, a free negro, charged with stealing a pocket-book, containing seventy dollars, from William H. Jordan; Jane, a slave arrested for using abusive and insulting language to Mrs. C. Hicks; Jane Gibson, a free negro, using threatening and abusive language towards Rebecca Chandler. Allen, slave of John Harris, charged with stealing two and a half bushels of wheat from Ellison & Brother; Gus, slave of Thomas Giles, and James, slave of William C. Winston, for receiving the same, knowing it to have been stolen; and James, slave of Frederick Swift, charged with having in his possession eleven bags, supposed to have been stolen.
Charged with poisoning. --A negro woman, named Eliza, slave of Captain Frederick Swift, was arrested yesterday and committed to the Second Station house on the charge of poisoning the infant child of Mr. --Kuper. The accused has been living in Mr. Kuper's family for two years, and was the nurse of the infant which she is charged with having poisoned.
of Mrs. Botto's dwelling, corner of Main and Twenty-first streets, had an examination, and was remanded for the Hustings Court. William H. Baldwin, Phillip Hanley, the husband of the woman, and Patrick Kelley, who also testified before the coroner's jury, repeated their evidence in this court; but the facts elicited were substantially the same as those heretofore given. The witnesses were held in their own recognizance for their appearance. Eliza, a small negro girl, slave of Frederick Swift, was arraigned upon the serious charge of feloniously poisoning, by the administration of laudanum, the infant-child of P. Kuper, from the effect of which the child died. The examination was continued until this morning and the negress committed. George, slave of William Cheatham, charged with breaking into and robbing the market stall of William Collins of a quantity of corned beef, was ordered thirty-nine lashes. John S. Williams, soldier, charged with stealing a pair of p
ged with stealing fish in the Second Market, was ordered to be whipped. The case against Mrs. Fannie H. Ferguson, charged with obtaining salt twice from Messrs. Spotts, Harvey & Co., the State's agents for the distribution of salt, was continued till this morning. Fifty dollars' fine was imposed upon Frederick Powell, charged with assaulting and beating Joseph Angelotti. John Kearney, charged with being drunk and lying on the sidewalk, was discharged. Eliza, slave of Frederick Swift, arrested on the charge of poisoning the infant child of Frederick A. Fuqua, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court. Catherine Blankinship was charged with keeping an ill-governed, disorderly and lewd house on Twenty-first street, between Main and Cary. A number of witnesses were examined; all of whom agreeing that the allegation was correct, His Honor decided to hold Mrs. Balnkinship to security for her good behavior; in default of her ability to give which, he ann