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Hustings Court. --In this Court, yesterday, the following business was disposed of: James, slave of Elizabeth J. Timberlake, of Hanover county, charged with running off negroes, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes and then to be transported beyond the limits of the Commonwealth. Cecelia, slave of Charles Palmer, charged with setting fire to the dwelling-house of Theodore A. Law, and robbing him of several thousand dollars in money, jewelry, &c., was found guilty by the jury and ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes on two occasions, and then to be transported beyond the limits of the State. Elijah Pittman, free, charged with stealing $300 from a slave of T. C. Cone and $200 from G. A. Lenhard, was convicted and sentenced to the Penitentiary for ten years. The Grand Jury made the following presentments: O. E. Edwards, for assault and battery; Charles and Elizabeth Everett, for receiving stolen goods; James Frazer, for larceny; Henry M. Hurt, for assaul
One Hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, in Powhatan, James: a yellow boy, eighteen years old, large, little stooped-down look when conversed with, six feet in height, large feet, wooden-bottom shoes, soiled velvet cap, dark roundabout coat and pants, fine set of teeth. The above reward will be given for the delivery of the above servant to the subscriber, or for securing him in the Richmond jail, where he is supposed to be lurking. C. Tyree, Powhatan Courthouse, Va. fe 13--6t*