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Hustings Court --May 15th--R. D. Sanxay, Senior Alderman, presiding. Richard, a slave, the property of John Washington, for stealing four gilt picture frames and pictures, of the value of $48, the property of Chas. R. Rees, was found guilty, and sentenced to transportation beyond the limits of the United States. He would only have been whipped for the above crime, but it appeared that he had been convicted of grand larceny in stealing a $225 gold watch, on the 11th of September last, and ordered 39 for that offence. Charles Smith was examined for forging the name of Warwick & Barksdale and P. T. Moore & Co. to two checks for the payment of money, and sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons. He is now committed on six cases, the above included. Ordinary licenses were granted Thos. M. Granger, Peter Chick, Wm. E. Scherborn and James Kirk. [A large number of Ordinary keepers have not renewed their licenses, and the Court sits to-day for the purpose of renewing