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where officer Bibb subsequently found him. The Mayor committed the prisoner in default of security to keep the peace. John Padgett, charged with breaking open trunk belonging to Joe. a slave, employed at the American Hotel. Padgett is a youth, hailing from Alexandria. It appears that he has been purshing a vagrant career in Richmond, and in this particular case was caught in the act of opening the trunk and removing Joe's under clothing. Remanded to be tried for petty larceny. Winston, slave of T. J. Harrold, charged with stealing a pair of overshoes from Peter Tinsley. This negro was seen to take the shoes from the rack in front of Tinsley's door, by G. K. Crutchfield, Jr., who gave chase and captured him. Ordered thirty. John Finney, charged with obstructing a passage leading to the domicil of Betty Kirkmyer. This was the second hearing of this case, and it appeared from the Mayor's manner that he had no disposition to prolong it.--Therefore, after giving the co