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Hustings Court, and sent McNamara on to answer at the April term. He was allowed to give $550 bail for his appearance, which he did. The darkey concerned in the transaction was punished by 39 lashes. Mike Cary, charged with getting drunk and lying down in the street, was let off. Martha Mayo, a free negress, arrested for stealing a breastpin from Catharine Jones proved her innocence and was discharged. Hustings Court, March 14th--Presents Recorder Caskie, and Aldermen Sanxay, Bray, Beveridge, and Anderson. Nathaniel B. Hill was fined ten dollars for permitting his slave, Washington, to go at large and hire himself out, contrary to law. A capias was awarded against Jerome Diggs for falling to answer when summoned to be tried for a misdemeanor for which he had been indicted. J. C. Ellett was deed ten dollars on a conviction of misdemeanor, the same consisting of buying a lot of butter, contrary to the market ordinance. The Court adjourned till the nex