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Police Court, Tuesday, August 5th--Recorder Caskie presiding. --Elizabeth Taylor was charged with feloniously stealing from Susan Walsh one silver watch, valued at $50; one breastpin, valued at $15; one gold chain, valued at $30; one neck chain, valued at $25; and one gold locket, valued at $20. The testimony demonstrated that the accused, who lives in the same house with the complainant, entered her apartment on Monday night, secretly, and was detected in the act of going out, followed to her apartment, and discovered letting a man out of her door, whose name, she said, was James Ward. None of the articles were found in her possession. She was remanded for examination.--Isaac Schwartz, A. McCrone, Francis Wein, John Drinker, Rudolf Castleberg, Thomas Bowser, and Dennis Spaulding, charged with huckstering, were severally fined and their purchases confiscated.--Wm. Jones and Wm. Peasley were charged with an assault and battery upon John D. Gentry, and John D. Gentry was charged
ls ice. Christ's Church Albemarle, box of lint. One box bread, biscuit, &c, from--. Mrs Carter Braxton, Hanover, 4 pairs socks. Dr W P Mosely, Buckingham, bandages, &c. Ladies of Nottoway, pillow, shirts, drawers, &c. Ladies of Mossingford Depot, coop of chickens, and bbl meal. Sh S A Lociety, green peas, and cordial, black berry vinegar, ham, &c. Mrs John E Perkinson, Amelia, biscuit, roast and fried chicken. From--, bbl ice. Mrs Dr Walker, Taylor, Bransford, and other ladies of Chesterfield, box eggs, bread, biscuit, &c. Some Ladies of Rockingham, coop of chickens. From--, one box hospital supplies. From--, box ice. E T Jeffress, Nottoway, lambs, onions, green peas, &c. Ladies of Betria Church, Chesterfield, through Miss Kate Cox, 24 pillows, 24 shirts, drawers, pants, socks, comforts, cotton and linen rags, &c. Mrs Martha E Ward, Nottoway, bread, biscuit, crackers, bandages, rags, and feathers. C B