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Cage Cases. --Sidney Robinson, slave of Miss Hartley Graham, was arrested yesterday for causing the death, in December, 1861, of Bob Napper, slave of Mrs. Sarah Waddell, by inflicting on his person divers stabs and cuts; James A. Minor, by officers Kelly and Griffin, for committing a forgery; Thomas W. P. Goodman, for stealing a horse from Horatio H. Hobson; and Emanuel Olliberg, for exposing his person in the street. Patrick Connally, hearing of a charge made against him for assaulting Patrick Disney and Patrick Gilmore, came to the cage and surrendered himself.
ested on the charge of forgery was handed ever to Captain Booker, Assistant Provost, Marshal, of the Western District. Thomas W. P. Goodman, a countryman, arrested for stealing Horatic H. obson's horse, was acquitted of that charge, but sent to jail in default of $500 security for his good behavior. Sydney Robinson, slave of Hartley Graham, war sent on to an Examining Court to be held December 8th, for causing the death, by stabbing, in December, 1861, of Bob Napper, slave of Sarah Waddell. Emanuel Olliberg, arrested for exposing his person in the street, was fined one dollar for being drunk, and discharged. Patrick Connally, charged with an assault on Pat Disney and Pat Gilmore, gave ball for his appearance before the Mayor for examination. The alleged assault took place at the house of Bridget Laughto, 17th street, on Sunday. Gabriel, slave of Wm. Redwood, was ordered 39 lashes for having in his possession an overcoat for which he could not satisfactorily
his slave Tom to go at large and hire himself out, contrary to law. Nathaniel Drayton, a free negro, was tried for stealing on the 30th day of October, a watch, worth $30 and $15 in C. S. Treasury notes, from Herod, a negro slave, owned by Wm Tyree. Drayton was found guilty, and, instead of being put in the penitentiary, was ordered to be sold as a slave by the City Sergeant. Sydnor, a slave, the property of Miss Hartley Grahem, was tried for murdering Robert Napper, slave of Sarah Waddell, on the 23d of December, 1861. Mr. W. W. Crump was assigned counsel for the prisoner, who on a full hearing of the evidence, was found guilty by the Court of voluntary man slaughter, and ordered thirty-nine lashes. Sarah Edmondson, a free negro, was tried for stealing on the 17th day of November, a dress worth $25, the property of Mrs. James K. Caskie. The Court, (Recorder Caskie being absent,) after hearing the evidence, found the prisoner guilty of grand larceny, and instead of i