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ged anyhow — After his escape he was picked up on Cary street drunk. He was acquitted by the jury. Joseph Mitchel and Pat Murphy, fined for an assault by the Court, on Thursday, paid to the Clerk the amount and costs of prosecution. John Deane emancipated by Wm. Chamberlayne, and John Marx, emancipated by Wm O George, were permitted to remain in the State on proving good characters for sobriety and honesty. John R. Aitem was fined $10 and costs for permitting his slave, Wm., Jackson, to go at large, contrary to law. Samuel Chipley, bound in a recognizance of $100 with Daniel Ratcliffe his surety, to appear and answer a change of misdemeanor, belong called, and not answering, his bond was declared forfeited; whereupon Mr. Ratcliffe paid the amount in Court. A scire facias was issued against George Rich and Joseph Raskam on a recognizance entered into by said parties for $200 on the 15th November, for their appearance, which they forfeited by falling to comply
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pportioned, yet still the concern may come to a dead lock from the inability of the persons engaged in it to work together. Between the Northern and Southern States there was at the best of times a decided antagonism. Though slavery formed and notwithstanding Mr. Lincoln's emancipation proclamation, now forms no part of the issue of the war, it undoubtedly occasioned the secession of the Southern States. That the day would come when the South would withdraw from the North was foreseen by Jackson, one of the ablest Presidents the Union ever possessed; but he had the good sense to counsel a peaceful separation. In such a secession he saw, not as at present, the disruption of the Union into two hostile and bankrupt States, but the formation of two distinct Confederacies, each of them inseparable in itself, and both united by the strongest of all alliances — that dictated by policy and fraternal regard. That some of the States composing the American Union should acknowledge slavery,