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red and rebuffed, required Mr. Cary to pay the expense attending the same. No other fine was imposed upon him; but he was admonished that a similar offence would be visited with severer punishment. Daniel Keyes was charged with assaulting and beating Mary Signiago in her own house. Mrs Signiago's son testified that the accused came into his mother's house to purchase a box of matches, and because she would not let him have it without first receiving the money, he abused and beat her outrageously. The absence of witnesses for the defence secured a continuation of the case till this morning. The following negroes were ordered to be whipped: Emanuel, a slave, charged with stealing a bag of copperas and several pounds of resin; Jacob and Ellett, slaves, and Dick Drew, free, for drunken and boisterous conduct in the street, speaking disrespectfully of the Mayor, etc.; and Reuben, for illegally purchasing Irish potatoes, and running from Mr. Tyler, clerk of the Second Market.