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Hustings Court, yesterday.

#x2014;The Court fined John Stewart $10 for allowing his slave to go at large, and recommended to Governor Letcher to exempt F. W. Hall, City Jailor, from militia duty — Jas Clarks was acquitted of stealing $75 from Louis Antone, on the 10th of June, 1861.--Jas. Austin was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons, for stealing 16 car springs from the Virginia Central road. The same order was entered in the case of Christopher Kissell, charged with receiving the property.--Attachments were issued against several parties failing to attend as witnesses.

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