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a horse in his possession supposed to have been stolen, we noticed in our last is she, was arraigned yesterday for examination; but the prosecution not being prepared to go on with the case, it was postponed till to-day. The examination into the charge against Wm. McKenzie, of stealing one mule, valued at $500 a saddle, worth $100, and one horse collar, valued at $12, from Stanghter M. Williamson, was postponed fill this morning. A further continuance of the examination of Geo. B. Curtis, for stealing a thousand dollars' worth of whiskey from George Benker, was announced for to-day. The examination of Michael Gohen on the charge of stealing $20.50 from Wm. E. Spicer, has been deferred till Monday. A free negress, named Parthenia Parsons, and Eilly, Albert, and Edward, slaves, arraigned before the Mayor for vagrancy and petty theft, were each ordered the lash. James Green, a Henrico free negro, in the city without a proper pass, was ordered to be discharged.