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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.