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n the day time, was held to bail to keep the peace. The case of Virginia and Emma Lord, charged with feloniously stealing one thousand, five hundred and twenty dollars, in Confederate States notes, the property of Mary W. Mace, was continued in consequence of the absence of witnesses. Joseph, slave of James Chivers, was charged with going at large, in violation of an ordinance. Owing to the absence of Joseph's master, the case was continued. Emeline, slave of Fanny Roy, charged with stealing a lady's dress, the property of H. B. Myers, was ordered to be whipped. Robert Ashby, a notoriously bad free negro boy, was sent on for examination on the charge of stealing brass from Alois Rex. The charge against Caroline, a slave, of maliciously setting fire to the dwelling-house of J. C. Courtney, on Eighth street, beyond Leigh, was brought up for a further hearing this morning. After examination, the accused was finally sent on for trial before the Hustings Court.