Mayor's Court, yesterday.
--In this court, yesterday, William Daley
, Eleventh Virginia battalion, who is charged with the murder of Mary Hanley
, on the night of the 5th instant, by a shot fired into the yard of Mrs. Botto
's dwelling, corner of Main and Twenty-first streets, had an examination, and was remanded for the Hustings Court.
William H. Baldwin
, Phillip Hanley
, the husband of the woman, and Patrick Kelley
, who also testified before the coroner's jury, repeated their evidence in this court; but the facts elicited were substantially the same as those heretofore given.
The witnesses were held in their own recognizance for their appearance.
Eliza, a small negro girl, slave of Frederick Swift
, was arraigned upon the serious charge of feloniously poisoning, by the administration of laudanum, the infant-child of P. Kuper
, from the effect of which the child died.
The examination was continued until this morning and the negress committed.
George, slave of William Cheatham
, charged with breaking into and robbing the market stall of William Collins
of a quantity of corned beef
, was ordered thirty-nine lashes.
John S. Williams
, soldier, charged with stealing a pair of pantaloons, fifty dollars in Confederate treasury notes, and one pocket-knife, all the property of Ellis J. Richbury
, was remanded for the Hustings Court.
Harriet, slave of Catherine Davis
, charged with stealing a suit of clothing of the value of one thousand dollars from John Munn
, was sent on.
H. G. Traylor
, charged with trespassing on the premises of John T. Hicks
and carrying away the window shutters from the said house without the knowledge or consent of Hicks
, was required to give security in the sum of five hundred dollars to keep the peace.
Some cases concerning negroes, of no interest, concluded the docket.