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ehind the son of Mr. A. Y. Stokes as he was returning from hunting, and Blankenship jerked the gun off his shoulder and gave it to Lotsey, who ran into the woods with it. Lotsey took the gun home to his mother and told her that he had found it in the woods. It was found by the officers at Mrs. Lotsey's and readily given up.--His Honor considering it not of $20 dollars value, bailed the lads in the sum of $50 each to appear before the Hustings Court on the second Monday in November. William Green, charged with stealing $35 worth of clothing from J. W. Thorp at the Varieties Theatre, was ordered 20 lashes--one shirt only being found in his possession. John Riley, a soldier, for being drunk and disorderly in the street, was ordered to be sent to Gen. Winder. The case of James Darden, for threatening to assault Andrew Johnston, was continued till to- day. Elizabeth Palmitier, Mrs. Haskins, and others, will also be tried this morning for keeping a disorderly and ill-go