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y justice for final disposition, the offence having been committed beyond the jurisdiction of the city. Edward, a negro slave whose master is in the Confederate service, was arrested on the charge of persuading Davy, slave of Dr. Earley, to escapes to the Yankees. The Mayor deeming the evidence against the accused of too trivial a character to send him on, he was ordered to be committed till such time as it was convenient for his master to take him to camp. Christopher, slave of Alex. Nott, charged with entering the house of John M. Daniel and stealing $2,500 worth of groceries, &c., was sent on to the Hustings Court for further examination. Determined to discountenance the practice of cruelly treating negroes, the Mayor yesterday morning sent on for indictment by the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court, Chas. F. Reese, a white man, for brutally whipping with a cowhide a little negro girl, the slave of Mrs. Mary Davis. The charge against George, slave of Dr. Leftwich,