h stealing a horse valued at $8,000 from Henry Debell, was remained for examination before the Hustings Court Mr. Debell testified that Andrew had been in the habit of hitting his horse, and on the night when it was stolen from his stable a negro resembling him was seen riding the animal towards the lot occupied by Granville Montelle.
When search was an hour afterwards made for Andrew at his house he was not there, which fact went far to confirm the suspicion that he was the thief.
Thomas Wilder, a Petersburg negro, was charged with buying unions in the Second Market to sell again.
He was ordered to be taken to Major Carrington, Provost Marshal, with the request to send him back to the place from which he came.
The charge against a little white boy named Clay Rawlings, of stealing, on the 8th of July, in the First Market, a pocked book containing $45 from Mary E. Trainum, was dismissed upon the promise of his mother to give him a good whipping.
A fine of twenty dollar