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Police Court, Saturday. --The case of William H. Branch, charged with assaulting Martin Arnold, was continued.--Silas, slave of John Thatcher, and William, slave of Mrs. Louisa Christian, for throwing rocks into the domicil of Mrs. Martha Cootes, were punished with stripes. --Louisa, a slave, for roving around without a pass, was ordered ten lashed. --Louisa L. Buchanan and Elizabeth Taylor, charged with creating a disturbance in the classic region of Rocketts, were sent to jail for the season.
Violent Assault. --A man, giving his name as McCarthy McLeary, was arrested yesterday by the Provost Guards in Rocketts old field, just after he had struck on the head with a rock and smashed in the skull of John Ederly, for some fancied slight The prisoner and all the witnesses were brought up town, and lodged under lock and key. The wounded man was put in charge of a physician, who is of the opinion that there is small chance of his life being saved.