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he said were partly for his own use and the rest for sale. The eggs were confiscated and Anthony was ordered to be whipped. A charge was preferred against Jno. Smith, a member of the 19th Virginia regiment, of attempting to shoot James M. Densberry.--On Thursday afternoon Smith, in company with a number of his company, was wSmith, in company with a number of his company, was walking up Main street, and observing Densberry ahead of him, mistook him for a friend, when he playfully hallooed to him to look out or he would shoot him. D. was an entire stranger, and he had no intention to shoot him, or any one else. The Recorder dismissed the case, and directed that Smith should be taken to the Provost MarshaSmith should be taken to the Provost Marshal to be sent to his regiment. D. T. Wyatt, charged with stealing a horse from Andrew Rodgers, was remanded to jail to await an examination before the Mayor on Friday next. Wyatt & Dudley, fishmongers, charged with buying herrings to sell again, were discharged. It was proved that neither of the firm had anything to do wi