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haw, ordered ten lashes for carrying another darkey's pass; Margaret Moore, required to give surety for assaulting Ann Shannon and calling her "evil names;" Ann Shannon, acquitted of a similar charge preferred by Margaret Moore; care of Abraham Solomon, for retailing ardent spirits without a license, continued; Robert Liggon, (free,) ordered 15 stripes for going about without his register; Anton Beeker, held to bail for assaulting Mary Jane Husher, and selling liquor without a license; Elizabeth Taylor, sent down for committing personal violence on, and shooting a pistol at, Jas. A. Adams. John, slave of Gilbert McNear, John Roberts, (free,) William Roberts, (free,) and Daniel, slave of M. Howard, were arraigned for stealing $35 from a soldier of the 4th Regiment S. C. Volunteers. The proof being defective, the parties were acquitted. The Robertses (free negroes) were sent down to work on the fortifications, along with some fifty others of the same class fished up by the police and