--The following small cases were disposed of by the Mayor
(stranger,) drunk and lying on the sidewalk, admonished and discharged.
, slave to James Martin
, having butter supposed to be stolen, whipped.
Ned Day, drunk and lying in the street, whipped.
, free, no papers, and from the Penitentiary, committed and put to work.
, white, threatening to assault B. Tracy
, required to give security.
, no papers, discharged.
, insensibly drunk, for the ninth time, committed.
A number of negroes, found playing cards in Metropolitan Hall lot on Sunday, were also punished for trying to elucidate the mysteries of ‘"high, low, Jack
and the game. "’--John Scott
, found sleeping in a vacant lot, was admonished and let off. Wm. T. Ring
was fined $5 for assaulting and beating a slave owned by Dunlop
& Co. Marshall, slave of B. Jones
, was whipped for harboring Susan, the property of J. W. Clarke
The case of Charlotte Coleman
, for assaulting and beating Ann Ellen
, slave of Edward H. Hudson
, was continued.