ley, and Rill, a slave, the property of Charles A Rose, were tried for a felony committed by them on the 25th of January, 1863, in stealing from the C. S. Custom House $12,000 in C. S. Treasury notes, and $5,000 in unsigned bonds.
They plead not guilty.
The parties were found guilty and ordered to be punished to the full extent of the law--39 lashes.
Toby, a slave the property of Talbott & Brother, was tried for stealing, on the 18th of February, a watch worth $40, the property of Bertha Wagner, The theft was proved, and defendant ordered 39 lashes.
Danvey Gordon, a free negro, was tried for entering, in the night time of the 8th of February, the dwelling-house of Christopher Gordon, his brother, and steading two coats of the value of fifty dollars. The defendant being found guilty, in lieu of being put in the Penitentiary was ordered to be sold into perpetual slavery by the City Sergeant.
Patrick Tiernan was examined for having on the 8th of February unlawfully and m