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In the Hustings Court, yesterday, the following cases were disposed of: Sarah Johnson, free, stabbing Ann Maxfield, free. Ordered 39 stripes. Woodson, slave, stealing 300 pounds of bacon from Frederick Weidemeyer. Ordered 39. Francis P. Blair, Jr., stealing $200 worth of clothes, etc, of John Taylos. Sent on to be tried before Judge Lyons. Henry, slave assaulting Johanus Ryan and stealing candles. Ordered 39. Henry Thompson, free negro, stealing a watch and breastpin from Lucy Stern. Ordered 39. Charles Johnson, stealing a horse worth $200 from Edgar R. Ford. Sent on. Frederick Girard, free negro, and Dick and William, slaves, breaking into Edmond W. Tompkins's store and stealing $3,000 worth of groceries. Girard ordered 39 and one month's imprisonment, Dick ordered 39, and William acquitted. The Court will call the misdemeanor docket to-day.