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His Honor dismissed the case, with some admonitory remarks to the parents, complainant and defendant.--William Scott, a worthless free negro, was ordered to receive 20 lashes for beating Mary F. Tonget, a free negress.--Jacob Poe was fined $1 for allowing filthy matter to escape from his premises into the street.--The case of William, a slave, charged with unlawful huckstering, was dismissed by consent of the parties.--Miss Alice White was arraigned on the charge of throwing stones at Miss Martha Williams, and using language towards her which was altogether unbecoming a lady. It appeared that the accused suspected the complainant of having said some hard things concerning "her man," and avenged herself in the mode mentioned. Ike Levy's name was included in the same warrant, and he came forward to answer the charge brought against him. Miss Alice was held to bail for her future good behavior, and fined $5 for throwing stones. Ike gave security for his appearance before the court thi