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art in the matter. Bail was required for his appearance. Miss. Martha Cook, a very pretty, well, dressed white woman, of about eighteen or twenty summers, was fined $15 for keeping at cook shop in the lower part of the city without first obtaining a license to do so.--She readily "planked down the dust,"and asked the Mayor's instructions as to the mode of procuring the proper license and thereby avoid all legal trouble for the future. Two negroes, named Washington, the property of Turpin & Yarbrough, and Robert, slave of John C. Allen, were arraigned on the charge of stealing two baskets of crockery ware and one large rocking chair, valued at $300, from Robert Richardson, a few days since. In addition to the evidence which was given in the case proving the guilt of the parties, it was intimated that they had been engaged in running off a negro woman, formerly belonging to Mr. Richardson. The Mayor continued the examination till Wednesday next, and committed the prisoners t