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At the Cage, yesterday, Alderman Sadler set in judgment on Jim, slave of E. G. Rawlings, who was awarded a slight remembrancer for being out of his right path the previous night. The watchman, appropriately named Beltran, had caught the unfortunate ebo-skin in the act, James Gibson, arrested for unlawfully constituting himself an obstruction to the due and proper navigation of the streets, was admonished and discharged.

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