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ds of iron belonging to the Confederate States, knowing the same to have been stolen, was called; but from good cause shown the Court continued the case till the next term. The Court postponed the examination of testimony in the case of Henry Hungerford for keeping a faro bank till the next term, and Hungerford was recognized to appear in the sum of $5,000. On the charge of larceny preferred against Benjamin Delorme, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty, when the prisoner was sentenHungerford was recognized to appear in the sum of $5,000. On the charge of larceny preferred against Benjamin Delorme, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty, when the prisoner was sentenced to confinement for six months in the city jail, and that he be employed for eight hours of each day in the chain gang. On motion of the Commonwealth's Attorney a nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Walter Tate, charged with being concerned in the lottery business. Augustus Rupert, indicted for larceny, was examined and discharged. No indictments were returned against Belia McCarthy, James Hampton, John Hogan, and William O'Brien, and they were discharged. A license