morning, when the following cases were considered:
Ann Edwards, doubtful status, was charged with keeping an ill-governed and disorderly house.
The accused occupies a tenement on Main street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third, at which, the neighbors say, crowds of disreputable characters assemble almost nightly, and indulge in very boisterous and disgusting conduct.
The case was continued in order to permit the accused a bring her witnesses into court.
Ellen Haskins, Martha Thompson, Emma Smith and Mary Eastwood, arrested in Ann Edwards's house, and supposed to be persons of evil fame and reputation, were called to the stand; but the Mayor, after hearing the statement of officer Granger, ordered the accused to set back, preferring to give his decision at some other time.
Lilburn, slave of Turpin & Yarbrough, was charged with burglariously entering the house of Thomas G. Turner, on Friday night last, and stealing therefrom a lot of molasses, fish, flour, preser