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to procure the attendance of the owner of the negro to prove that he (Jones) was authorized to make sale of the negro. His witness appeared yesterday and testified to the legal right of the accused to sell said negro.] Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson, charged with breaking and entering, in the day time, the dwelling-house of Angelina Lawson and stealing therefrom a lot of sheets, table cloths, and ladies' wearing apparel, valued at one thousand dollars, was ordered to receive thirty-nineAngelina Lawson and stealing therefrom a lot of sheets, table cloths, and ladies' wearing apparel, valued at one thousand dollars, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes. Two youths, named Thomas Turpin and John A. Johnson, were up on the charge of stealing one thousand eight hundred dollars in Confederate money, the property of Robert Rowzic. The circumstances of the robbery were not made known yesterday. The Mayor continued the case till the 31st, in order to enforce the attendance of witnesses. Several parties were fined for committing ordinance violations; after which the court adjourned till nine o'clock this morning.