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pt, for a license. The case of Clour, a slave, charged with assault and battery, was continued to this morning. Branch; a slave to Thomas Bass, charged with throwing oil of vittiol upon the dress of Elizabeth Tonket, a free negress, was convicted and ordered to receive thirty nine lashed therefore. Branch did not like the prospect of the whipping-post, and, finding a good opportunity to get out of the court-room, offered "leg bail." Officer Seal refused to accept the same, and started after Branch at high speed, chasing him nearly to the Monument Hotel, when Branch doubled on him and returned to and down Broad street, on which he was captured. Mary Mull was ordered to return to court this morning. She wishes to furnish bailBranch doubled on him and returned to and down Broad street, on which he was captured. Mary Mull was ordered to return to court this morning. She wishes to furnish bail for her future good behavior, having been convicted of retailing ardent spirits without a license.