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good behavior.--John Monroe, charged with assaulting William Anderson, was required to give security to keep the peace.--Daniel Workman, charged with cutting Daniel Sullivan, was arraigned, and Sullivan testified that they were going about drinking whiskey, and that he (Sullivan) was very drunk; and that, without provocation, WorkSullivan testified that they were going about drinking whiskey, and that he (Sullivan) was very drunk; and that, without provocation, Workman drew a knife and cut him on the head and throat. Contradictory testimony in regard to the circumstances was introduced, and the Mayor determined to deliver the prisoner up to the officers of his company, now under marching orders.--Some other cases of inebriety were disposed of in the usual way. Among the negroes up wereSullivan) was very drunk; and that, without provocation, Workman drew a knife and cut him on the head and throat. Contradictory testimony in regard to the circumstances was introduced, and the Mayor determined to deliver the prisoner up to the officers of his company, now under marching orders.--Some other cases of inebriety were disposed of in the usual way. Among the negroes up were two charged with larceny, namely: Israel, slave of Williams & Ragland, and James Jackson, free, who were respectively ordered 39 and 30 lashes.