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Hustings Court.

--The following cases were disposed of yesterday:

William H. Thomas, charged with conniving at the escape of a slave named Sam.--Nolle prosequi entered.

Unora Jackson, a small girl, charged with stealing jewelry of Robert Wilson. Case continued till next term, and bailed.

Daniel Whalen, and his wife Ellen, charged with fraudulently obtaining money of David Parr, was examined. Whalen was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. His wife was acquitted.

Daniel Ryan, for receiving stolen goods, knowing them to have been stolen. Examined and acquitted.

George Jaques, breaking into Mary Stevens's house and stealing $300 in money. Examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons.

William Bethel, charged with misdemeanor. Acquitted.

Joe, slave to Charles and James Talbott, found guilty of giving a slave named Taylor a pass to escape from his master, was ordered 39 stripes, and to be sold out of the State. Bob, a slave, charged with conniving at the same, ordered 39 lashes.

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