ley, of the same regiment, charged with being drunk, plead guilty and was sent to the Castle for ten days.
James H. Johnson and Beverly Morris, negro boys, charged with fighting, were released.
William Green, negro, charged with stealing shoes, was discharged for want of evidence.
Stephen Henry, negro, charged with carrying a big and dangerous club, something like the "billies" of the police, only much larger, was found guilty and sent to the Castle for thirty days.
Robert Washington, negro, charged with stealing shoes, was found guilty and sent to the same institution for sixty days.
Sidney Robinson, negro, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, plead guilty and was sent to the Castle for ten days.
Squire Thornton, negro, was found guilty of firing a pistol in the street and sent to Castle Thunder for fifteen days.
Tom Jefferson, negro, was charged with having been disorderly on the street, but there being no evidence against him, he was r