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The offence was fully proved; but the Recorder, in consideration of Mr. youth, and a promise that he would go where he belongs and sin no more, released him. Robert, slave of St. Chair Hartman, charged with receiving fourteen bed quilts and one oil cloth, knowing them to have been stolen, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes, well laid on. [The quilts were stolen from a Confederate hospital.] Tom, slave of J. Phillips, was ordered ten lashes for trespassing upon the premises of Felix Mathews; a boy named Thomas, slave of Robert Mitchell, charged with throwing stones in, the street, was ordered to be whipped; Solomon, slave of Mrs. Martha Sledd, was ordered thirty-nine stripes for stealing a pot of butter, valued at forty-five dollars, from William L. Stanley, at the Second Market on yesterday morning. J. C. McGee was fined ten dollars for buying watermelons at the Second Market to sell again. --One hundred dollars' worth of melons, purchased by McGee, were conflicted.