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ourt for trial for misdemeanor; Henry Holman, $300 for ditto. William Wayne, Sr., was tried for firing a pistol at John Finn, in the Second Market-house, the latter having thrown a pack of lighted pop-crackers into his stall. The jury fined den condition that if set aside, Mr. Wayne would pay a fine of $50 and costs, and give $1,000 bail to keep the peace towards Finn for one year, which he did. John Finn and John Curry were then tried for raising a riot on the above occasion, and were foosts, and give $1,000 bail to keep the peace towards Finn for one year, which he did. John Finn and John Curry were then tried for raising a riot on the above occasion, and were found guilly.--Finn was fined $50 and costs, and Curry $25 and costs. costs, and give $1,000 bail to keep the peace towards Finn for one year, which he did. John Finn and John Curry were then tried for raising a riot on the above occasion, and were found guilly.--Finn was fined $50 and costs, and Curry $25 and costs.