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alued at $300, belonging to John B. Davis, was sent on for trial.--Thomas Doyle, charged with feloniously assaulting J. M. Quinn and robbing him of six dollars and a half, was examined and acquitted on a nolle prosequi.--Beverly Morris, a free negro, charged with stealing a pistol, valued at $100, from Andrew Jackson, was remanded for further hearing, owing to the absence of Andrew Jackson, the plaintiff, against whom a rule was issued.--James Nicholas, charged with receiving the above mentioned pistol from Beverly Morris, was also remanded. Dillard McCormick, charged with feloniously assaulting and beating Ann Eliza Wells, a free negro girl, with intent to ravish, was acquitted and discharged. John Latigan, charged with stealing $75 from Joseph R. Keinningham, was remanded for trial. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Jacob Goldstein, charged with purchasing stolen oats from Albert Tappin, and the defendant discharged. The Court adjourned until 11 o'clock this morning.
charged with throwing stones and firing guns at the house of Adam Weaver, was held to bail for good behavior and to appear to-morrow morning. Isaac, (free,) for stealing a trunk and suit of clothes from Sam, a slave, was remanded for trial on the 29th of this month. Judge Lyons's Court continued its session yesterday. Major Marable, the political prisoner, was brought into Court in obedience to the writ issued the day before, and the case was adjourned until this morning. Daniel Murphy and John McAnally were tried for felonies, and each convicted and sent to the Penitentiary for one year. Wm. Gray was also tried and convicted, but not yet sentenced. They jury assessed his punishment at three years confinement in the Penitentiary. Michael Hines, Albert Tappin, Edward Plinn, and James Brown, will be tried to-day. The Court sits at 10 o'clock A. M. The Grand Jury, also meets this morning at 11 o'clock. Jurors and witnesses are desired to attend promptly.
e the Hustings Court, on the 30th inst., and in the meantime security is required for his good behavior. John Logan, a free boy, for stealing $40 worth of bed-clothes and dresses from Harman Chandler and Mrs. Paine, was ordered thirty-nine lashes, and was retained to answer an indictment for remaining in the Commonwealth contrary to law. Joe, slave of Rev. Goe. Woodbridge, was ordered twenty lashes for using indecent language in public. Hustings Court, yesterday.--James Coyle, a wounded soldier, was tried for stealing several watches and a sum of money, and acquitted. James M. Taylor, another soldier, indicted for stealing a gold watch from John S. Bowyer, on the 18th of last May, was convicted, and his punishment ascertained at one year's confinement in the Penitentiary. He was, however, recommended to the clemency of the Executive. Albert Tappin, whose trial was noticed day before yesterday, was acquitted. The Court meets this morning at 10 o'clock.