ll stated that he was acquainted with the accused; had been drinking with him pretty freely, and had no suspicions of his intention to rob him. The Mayor declined sending the accused on for further examination, but directed that he should be taken to the Provost-Marshal, to be forwarded to the ship to which he was attached.
The same disposition was made of the case against James A. Cain, charged with fighting in the eating house of Mrs. Dollard.
Samuel, slave of John Gamble, and Dick Walker, slave of Michael Hart were charged with breaking into Thomas Kennedy's house, on the canal bank, and stealing therefrom three hundred dollars' worth of wearing apparel and crockery ware.
After an examination of a couple of witnesses, whose testimony failed to prove any material fact, the case was continued till Monday next.
John Forrester, a free negro, charged with forging W. R. Winn's signature to a pass, for the purpose of obtaining a passport to leave the city, was arraigned fo