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Hustings Court, Tuesday, June 11th, 1861. Recorder Caskie presiding. Present Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Sadler, Binford, Burton Timberlake and Regnault. The petition of Digges & Booth, to keep an ordinary, was heard and granted. The application of Henry Banks (a negro emancipated by Bacon Tait) to remain in the State, being heard before a full bench, was granted. Ordered that he be registered in the office of the Court. Elijah, slave of Stephen Hunter, was tried for breaking into James H. Beagleston's store, on Dock street, on the night of the 25th of March last, and stealing a large lot of groceries, convicted and sentenced to receive thirty-nine lashes, well laid on. Flemming Morgan was held for fighting with James Harwood in the street, and fined $5 and costs of Court; which he paid. John Blackwell was tried for permitting his slave to go at large, and declared not guilty whereupon the same was discharged from custody. David W. Hughes, indicted