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Convicted of stealing tobacco. --Yesterday morning, William Robinson and William Wickers, both negro boys, were tried by Colonel McEntee, Provost Judge, on the charge of burglariously entering Castle Godwin and stealing therefrom a large quantity of tobacco, the property of Charles G. McMillan. From the evidence of Mr. McMillan, it was shown that, on the morning of the 11th instant, he visited the Castle, situated in Lumpkin's alley, where he had stored away a large quantity of tobacco. On trying the door, he found it unlocked, whereupon his suspicions were excited, and he immediately instituted a search of the premises. In a short while he ascertained that sixty- eight boxes of tobacco, averaging over twenty pounds each, had been stolen. Going from the main building to the kitchen, he there discovered the accused in the act of opening two of the boxes which had been stolen on Sunday night from his store-house, while a short distance from them were six other boxes, which
Mayor's Court. --Two white boys, named Dick Carter and John Camp, were before the Mayor yesterday, charged with stealing a quantity of tobacco from the warehouse of Mr. C. G. McMurray, in Lumpkin's alley. The evidence was sufficient to justify the Mayor in remanding them for further examination before the Hustings Court. The remainder of the session was occupied in disposing of cases involving drunkenness and disorderly conduct, a detail of which would not interest our readers.