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re not specially interesting, though the list of offenders were as long as usual. John F. Chambers, charged with attempting to kill William Mitchell, by discharging a loaded pistol at him, near the corner of Mayo and Franklin sts., was examined and remanded for indictment by the Grand Jury. He was admitted to bail for his appearance, and fined for firing a pistol in the streets. Sam, slave of Alex Duval, was ordered a whipping for stealing two bales of cotton from some person unknown. Joseph J Nichols was committed for further examination of the charge of knocking down George Pitman, a soldier, on 31st, with the supposed design of despoiling him of his effects. Henry, slave of James Gwyn, was whipped for smoking a cigar in the street, and walking with a stick — both proceedings being contrary to the city ordinances. Wm. A. Lambert and Henry Briel were required to give security, on the charge of fighting in the streets, to the disturbance of the public peace.