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hibiting the game of faro. Case continued till the next term of the Court, and party admitted to bail. William Stelle, indicted for exhibiting faro-Case continued and party admitted to bail. John Reardon, indicted for stealing two blankets Tried and acquitted. Francis Read, indicted for assault and battery. Nolle prosequi entered on the payment of costs. Tobias Pearsall, indicted for selling ardent spirits without a license. Found guilty and fined $60 and costs. William Kinney, indicted for Larceny.--Plead guilty, and sentenced to jail for one week. James Charles and Henry Shearman, each fined $60 and costs for violating the revenue laws, by selling liquor without a license. William Taylor, indicted in two cases for unlawful trespass on real estate. Found guilty and fined $75 in the first case and ninety days imprisonment. In the second case fined $100 and sent to jail for ten days. The Grand Jury will meet to day, pursuant to adjournment.