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mitted to jail. Polly Jacobs was charged with stealing a pocketbook, containing twenty-five dollars in Confederate States notes and six dollars in Yankee greenbacks, the property of a free negro man named Samuel Forsyth. Polly, when called to the stand, made a statement which threw the guilt upon a negro named John, slave to Samuel Forsyth. John was, therefore, ordered to be whipped and Polly discharged. Jacob MÅ“bus preferred a charge of trespass against Mary, slave of William Allen. Upon a hearing of the case, suspicious were excited that she was a runaway, whereupon the Mayor committed her to jail till such time as her owner can be communicated with. H. L. Wigand was fined ten dollars for giving his pass to Elizabeth Anderson, a free negro. Henry Williams was fined twenty dollars for buying melons in the Second Market to sell again and had his purchase confiscated. Several other fines were imposed upon different parties charged with committing nuisances.