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sent before the Hustings Court for trial for going at large, and bailed by her master. Timothy Durgan, who had violently assaulted Jacob Isler in the house of Thos, Phillips, without cause, was discharged on promise of immediately going back to South Carolina, where he bal's from. The case of Richard Morris, charged with stealing a number of articles of wearing apparel belonging to Andrew J. Myer, and of the value of $915, was called and continued until the 4th of March. Martha Williams and Martha J, Scott, two impudent colored females, charged with abusing Mrs. Caphart's children in the street, were respectively ordered twenty lashes, and committed for not having registers of their freedom. Charles Shellingsburg was fined $10 for permitting a nuisance to exist on his lot. William Haines, charged with cutting a cushion and injuring the furniture of the Theatre on the night of the 24th of February, was required to give $150 security for his good behavior and f