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n the charge of assaulting Mrs. Shannon. The case of J. R. McCune, arrested for shooting Pat. Carney a led, was continued. Coots, slave of Wm. P. Taylor; Saler, slave of Miles Cary, and Jim, slave of John B. Noel. arrested by the watch for being without passes, and such ordered ten lashes. Hustings Court, Quarterly Term, Wednesday, Jan. 14 --Present: James K. Caskie, Excorder, and a full bench of Justices.--James G. Davis, Troy Connell, Lina. Farlar. Bannister White. John. Mathews, A. H. White, Jas Hobbs, and R. P. Warren were examined for having on the 25th December feloniously unlawfully, and riotously assembled themselves together, to the terror of the public, and, being so assembled, for breaking down the door of the dwelling of J. G. Lewis and violently assaulting and beating him. All of the parties were discharged save James G. Davis, who was mislead in custody to be sent before the Mayor. In this case it appeared that the parties were soldiers who had been se