--This Court of Magistrates transacted the following business:
, a free negro, charged with burglariously entering the dwelling-house of Peyton Randolph
, on the night of the 10th of November, and stealing a coat worth $200, was arraigned and plead not guilty.--The Court
acquitted him of burglary, but found him guilty of larceny, and sentenced him to receive 39 stripes.
, tree negro, charged with feloniously receiving a lot of chairs, stolen from N. B. Tapscott
, knowing the same to be stolen, was tried and acquitted.
, and Burwell
, slaves, charged with breaking into a store-house of the C. S. Government and stealing 32 barrels of flour, was tried and sentenced to receive 39 lashes.
, charged with being engaged with the above negroes, in stealing flour, was examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons
, charged with entering the store-house of Smith
& Co., on the night of the 3d of December, and stealing one $20 note, was examined and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons
Tibets is a paroled Yankee prisoner.
, stealing a gold watch of Geo D. Wootton
, on the 5th inst., was examined and sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons