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Run away. --A Negro Girl, about eleven years old, named Charlotte, brown skin and not very intelligent. She has been out for nearly two months. A suitable reward will be paid for her return to Grubbs & Williams. mh 18--3t
ays. Upon an examination of the case, it was shown that the accused acted only in self- defence, whereupon he was discharged. By advice of the Commonwealth's Attorney, and {consent of the Court, a nolle prosequi was entered in the case of John M. Daniel and J. M. Hanna, indicted for libel. The presentment against the Richmond Typographical Society, charged with conspiracy, was dismissed. Dennis and Mary Leary, charged with stealing copper, zinc, &c., belonging to the Confederate States, were put upon examination. The testimony failing to establish the guilt of Dennis, he was discharged, but Mary, his wife, was remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. George W. Williams, indicted for selling a free negro, was sent on for trial. Noble and John, slaves, charged with stealing corn from T. B. Armistead, were examined, and Noble adjudged guilty and ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes. John was acquitted. The court thereupon adjourned over till this morning.