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l boy. The Court fixed his value at $600, if sold publicly, under a knowledge of the circumstances of his conviction. Thomas Gwynn, a free negro, charged with a felonious, unlawful and malicious assault upon William Byrd Page, with intent to maim, disfigure, disable and kill, was again led to the bar, and the Court not being unanimous in their opinion as to the guilt of the prisoner, he was discharged from further prosecution. The Court were all for convicting, with the exception of Justice Bray. David S. Chilton, charged with passing counterfeit bank notes, was examined and remanded for final trial. Wm. Cockson, charged with forgery, was examined and remanded for final trial. Cyrus, a slave, the property of John Taliaferro, charged with burglary, was convicted and sentenced to sale and transportation beyond the limits of the United States for the term of his natural life. The Court fixed his value at $700, if sold publicly, under a knowledge of the circumstances