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Mayor's Court, Thursday, April 16th. --James F. Ashley was remanded for indictment for violently assaulting and beating Fleming Gentry in one of the public streets of the city. Billy slave of Sarah Andrews, was ordered 20 lashes for stealing a piece of timber from Daniel Sullivan. The case of Wm. J. Lusk, for riotously breaking into James Knott's store-house, with the supposed intention of stealing, was called up and continued for further examination. Royal Smith was fined $10 for not having his name and No. painted on a hack run on the streets for hire. Bridget McDonough was remanded for indictment for petty larceny for stealing a calico dress and other articles, worth ten dollars, from Charles Taylor. John T B Irwin, Thos Carr, Jas Sexton, and Jno W Williams, arrested as idle and dissolute persons, were brought up for examination, which they underwent, and were discharged by the Mayor from custody. The case of John M Calloway and Wm. Howell, for i
From the Southwest. Jackson, Miss., April 15. --There is a considerable Federal force at Greenville. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 16. --The enemy's troops at Lake Providence have moved down to Vicksburg and Grenada. Travellers report that there was a universal opinion at Memphis that the boats going up to Vicksburg was a ruse. A heavy movement commenced on Thursday. A special to the Appeal says that intense excitement prevailed in Memphis on the receipt of the news from Charleston. The first report was that five Monitors were sunk. Tennessee money fell heavily, and sales at 20 per cent discount for greenbacks. Yankees and Jews refuse greenbacks.--There is a reported suppression of the edition of the Bulletin and Argus. Several negro regiments went down Thursday.
Hustings Court, April 16. --Recorder Caskie presiding in the care of William H. Price, who was sentenced to jail for ninety days and fined for misdemeanor, and thereafter till said fine and costs were paid, being insolvent and his health infirm, his term of imprisonment after the 90 days was remitted. The prosecution instituted against William R. Warden, for a misdemeanor, was dismissed by the entry of a nolle-prosequi. Frederick Quarter, for stealing a number of lamb-skins from Joseph , was examined and sent to Judges Lyons's Court for trial. Tony, slave of Talbott & Brothers was tried for stealing a sliver watch from Richard Gregory, and ordered 39 lashes. Virginia, slave of B. Jones, was tried for stealing a containing articles of value from Peter. F. McNames, and being found guilty, was ordered 39 lashes. John Roberts and Wm. H. Rose, free negroes, charged with stealing $25 from Albert, slave of Gen. McGee. Were acquitted by the entry of a nolle
From Vicksburg. Vicksburg, April 14. --All quiet here. One transport, with troops, left the fleet this morning. Many tents and a dozen transports are still in sight. Jackson, April 14.--A large fire was observed last night above Vicksburg, supposed to have been caused by the burning of transports. [Second Dispatch.] Vicksburg, (via Mobile,) April 16. --The fleet is still in sight across the river. The Yankees have abandoned the Huspucana expedition. The Yankee cavalry entered New Carthage last week, and are still in possession of the place.
Arrivals from Nassau. Wilmington, April 16. --The steamers Flora and Pell arrived here this morning from Nassau with cargoes of coffee, saltpetre. etc.