--The following cases were disposed of yesterday:
William H. Thomas
, charged with conniving at the escape of a slave named Sam.--Nolle prosequi
, a small girl, charged with stealing jewelry of Robert Wilson
Case continued till next term, and bailed.
, and his wife Ellen, charged with fraudulently obtaining money of David Parr
, was examined.
was sent on for trial before Judge Lyons
His wife was acquitted.
, for receiving stolen goods, knowing them to have been stolen.
Examined and acquitted.
, breaking into Mary Stevens's house and stealing $300 in money.
Examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons
, charged with misdemeanor.
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.