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bit of selling various articles of clothing for different ladies in the city, she (Mrs. S.) had given her the dress which she found in her basket to sell. The accused stated to the Recorder that she could prove that all the articles in her possession were given her to sell, when in consideration of the fact that such things are of common occurrence, further examination into the matter was postponed till to-day. The examination of John Jalser, charged with assaulting and beating charles Walsh in his own house, and conducting himself in a disorderly manner in the street, on Wednesday afternoon last, was continued till this morning. A negro-man, named George, slave of William Downey, was charged with stealing, on Wednesday last, about $200 worth of clothing from Daniel, the property of E. A. J. Clopton. The evidence not sustaining the charge, George was acquitted. Another charge was preferred against the same negro (George) of stealing from a room occupied by Sam, slave