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Continued. --The charge preferred against Miss Annie Thompson and G. H. Clackwats, of renting rooms on Main street for unlawful purposes, was again before the Mayor yesterday. Nothing being elicited in the examination to establish the guilt of the accused, the case was continued till this morning in order that a final settlement may be arrived at, and the parties were balled to appear.
Sent on. --The charge against Annie Thompson and G. H. Clackwata, for having rented rooms on Main street for disreputable purposes, was again brought before His Honor yesterday morning. No further testimony was adduced and the case was sent on to the Hustings Court, on the second Monday in September. The accused were balled in the sum of $500 each to appear at that time, and in a like sum to keep the peace for twelve months.
was entered in the case of Charles Johnson and Jas. C. Ryan, charged with robbing Bryant Bass of $400 in gold and $400 in silver, it appearing that Bass could not be found. Ann Deane, a free negro, charged with using insolent language to Annie Thompson, was acquitted, it being announced that Thompson had left the State of Virginia. In the five cases against R. D. P. Read for exhibiting faro nolle prosequi were entered. The cases of Henry Hungerford and Benjamin Degroot, charged wiwith robbing Bryant Bass of $400 in gold and $400 in silver, it appearing that Bass could not be found. Ann Deane, a free negro, charged with using insolent language to Annie Thompson, was acquitted, it being announced that Thompson had left the State of Virginia. In the five cases against R. D. P. Read for exhibiting faro nolle prosequi were entered. The cases of Henry Hungerford and Benjamin Degroot, charged with exhibiting faro, were continued till the next term of the Court.