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to her. William Henry, a small negro boy, charged with stealing peas from the market, was ordered to be whipped. Peter Williams, a fice negro without proper papers, was put upon the batteries. Lizzie, slave of John Jarvis, heretofore committed as a runaway, was released from prison and turned over to the care of Mrs. Royall till called for by her owner. The Mayor then adjourned his court till 9 o'clock this morning. A negro named Grandison, who, for some months past, has been considered the proprietor of a small confectionary and fruit store on Ninth street, in rear of St. Paul's Church, was brought into court by order of the Mayor. William A. Irving came forward, acknowledged the ownership of the store, and proclaimed Grandison as his slave. He also informed the Mayor that it was his purpose to discontinue business on the first of the month, and that his negro would be put on the batteries this morning.--Under these circumstances the matter was dismissed.