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in by him on Saturday, also for living in Richmond with Amelia papers — ordered to be punished and turned loose.--Henry, slave of the Danville Railroad Company, was committed for further examination on the charge of stealing $19.75 from Lewis H. Jones, while traveling on said road — Jacob Dickman and Thomas Kearney, brought up for stealing a pistol from Jas. M. Johns, were acquitted of the larceny, but fined $20 for selling liquors without a license.--Several slaves, belonging to Mr. J. L Carrington, having been found in Mr. H. L. Brooke's kitchen, were deemed to be in an unlawful assembly and ordered to be punished-- James H Beazley, charged with being drunk and falling about the streets, was committed in default of surety.--Simon, slave to Sarah Shelton, for behaving disorderly, while drunk, and, attempting to strike Wm. A Camp with a slung shot, was ordered 39 lashes.--William Wishton, for acting very suspicious and passing himself off as to off as a policeman, was required to give