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ockets of the time-piece, which he afterwards sold to Mr. Wm. Delaware, of S. C., for a trifling consideration. Dobson, though young, is an old offender, and was held for trial for grand larceny. Cunningham, the witness, was also committed for complicity, the Head of Police knowing from experience that the enterprising lads always hunted in couples.--Sarah Jane Melton, arrested on Saturday "for stealing" some articles of personal property from C. B. Williams valued at $30, was acquitted.--Winston and two other negroes suspected of knowing who killed Mrs Schriver, were committed for another hearing.--Antonio Sulice, a foreign-looking nigger, arrested for getting drunk and lying down on Main street, was arraigned; but proving to be in the employment of a Southern officer, and promising to stay in camp, was let loose.--Jas slave of J. E. Taylor, arrested as a runaway by officer Baptist, was committed.--Robert Shelton, slave of Henry Cox. and Mary. slave of Walter Leak, were ordered a