was tried for stealing $200 in bank notes from Persons Walker, February 16th, and ordered thirty-nine lashes.
Joseph Nicholas Baratta, minister of the Roman Catholic Church, was authorized to celebrate marriages and officiate as minister in accordance with the usage of that Christian society.
Case against Perry Moses for letting his slave go at large, was dismissed.
Rule against Jno. J. Walker, for the same cause.
Rules were awarded against John Jaiser, Wm. A. Barnett, and Jim Webster, for failing to appear as witnesses against Cyrus, a slave, charged with felony.
James Phillips, a soldier, was examined for making a lascivious attack on Martha Jane Miller, a white girl, under 21 years of age, and was acquitted.
Wm. H. Pleasants was appointed deputy for John M. Francisco, Commissioner of the Revenue for Jefferson Ward, who is unable to perform his duties on account of sickness.
Geo. Jones, a member of the Public Guard, charged with entering the residence