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and the goods were turned over to officer Bowles for safe keeping until the owner be found.--William Kennedy, charged with assault and battery upon Scott, a slave of Thomas G. Bell, was required to give bail in the sum of fifty dollars for his future good behavior.--Alexander Glenn, a negro claiming to be free, and to be a resident of Chesterfield, and charged with throwing stones in the street, was sentenced to be whipped, and committed to jail until he should produce his free papers.--Fannie Taylor was brought up on the charge of being drunk and disorderly in the streets and disturbing her neighbors. Her case was continued to Wednesday.--Lucy Ann Banks, a free negress, arrested on a similar charge, was sent to jail, to answer hereafter before the Hustings Court for her unfeminine conduct.--The case of Patrick Brennan, arraigned for assaulting Bridget Egan, was continued to Wednesday, his witnesses being absent.--Martha E. Smith, alias Oliver, a free negress, was sentenced to recei