--Richard R. Wren
, a soldier, made his second appearance before the Mayor
yesterday, and the plea of the ‘"same old drunk"’ availing him nothing, he was committed to jail.--Robert Hughes
, of the Eighth South Carolina; Solomon B. Terrell
, of the Fourth Texas, (second appearance;) and D. H. Hill
, of the Fourth Texas Regiment, were also sent to jail for drunkenness and disorderly conduct.--Daniel Keys was up to answer a charge of assaulting Mary Sullivan
; and after some evidence relative to a ‘"bottle uv whiskey,"’ which seems to have caused the difficulty, the Mayor
continued the case for a further hearing.--John Burns
and Patrick O'Brien
, arrested for indulging in the pastime of a little set to in public, were discharged from custody.--James Cordell
, charged with mebriety, was required to give security to keep the peace.--William, a negro dressed in soldier clothes, acknowledged that he was a runaway from W. C. Winston
, and was sent to jail.
Sentence of twenty-five lashes was added as a punishment for selling liquor, in the military camps.--Henry
, slave of Warner Taliaferro
, was awarded fifteen stripes to cure him of a propensity for throwing rocks.--Two or three more negroes were up for minor offences.