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visible means of support." By the representation of Capt. Booker, Assistant Provost Marshal this did not appear to be the case, Broone having been an officer in his service. All of the girls were required to give $500 security for their good behavior, and the same amount to appear before the Grand Jury and answer an indictment, should one be found. [They complied with this requisition after the adjournment of the Court.] Broone gave ball in $500 for his good behavior, and was discharged Wm. Cooper and Dan Lewis, two servants, found in Anna Thompson's house, representing themselves to be free, but without certificates of the fact, were committed. The case of George Murray, charged with attempting to shoot an unknown woman in the street, was called and continued on account of the absence of witnesses. John T. Smith, a native of Richmond, and regarded as one of the worst specimens of juvenile depravity in its limits, was arrested, together with Wm. Reed, for entering the stor