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ion till about half-past 3 o'clock, at which time it took a recess till half-past 4 o'clock. The following is a summary of the proceedings which took place: John Henderson, charged, with stealing fifty pounds of copperas, the property of the Confederate Government, plead guilty, and was sentenced to thirty days imprisonment in the city jail. J. Lafon Bohannon, charged with stealing a pocket-book, containing, a small sum of money, the property of W. S. Botts, was discharged. Maria Canary, charged with buying one ladies' dress, knowing the same to have been stolen, was found guilty by the jury and sentenced to thirty days imprisonment in the city jail. Subsequently, however, an appeal was made in her behalf for commutation of sentence on the ground of her having five little helpless children dependent entirely upon her for a support, and the court thereupon reconsidered their verdict and lessoned the number of days for her confinement to five. Adolph New, a small whi