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breaking up a lot of furniture owned by Mrs. Enright, behaving disorderly and resisting the officers, was required to give security for his good behavior. Frederick Deitrick and August Holem, arrested by policemen Carter and Bibb as suspicious characters, without visible means of support, were committed to jail for further examination. John A. Clerke, arrested by officer Baptist for assaulting and attempting to rob Lewis Cohen, was committed to jail for further examination. Henderson, slave of Wm. Brown, was ordered to be licked for going about with a dirk knife instead of his pass. Peter C. King, James Hundley, Wm. H. Comstock, and Charles Suras, arrested by officers Kelley and Quarles as being concerned in the robbery of Chiles & Chenery's store, on Broad street, were partially examined, and committed to be sent back to Petersburg, where they were arrested. James H. Goodist was fined $1 for getting drunk in the Theatre, where he behaved disorderly. Wm.