--The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor
, a free negro, charged with trespassing upon the premises of Benjamin B. Sayres
, and using violent and threatening language towards him when ordered off, was adjudged entitled to be whipped to the extent of the law.
The case of William, slave of Napoleon Burke
, charged with receiving a carpet, valued at five hundred dollars, which was supposed to have been stolen, and Charles, slave of Mrs. Jane Phillips
, charged with stealing said carpet, was called up for a hearing, but continued for a future day.
Pleasant, slave of George Darby
, charged with having in his possession a bag of meal, supposed to have been stolen, was ordered to be whipped.
, a white man, charged with forgery, and stealing a coat, the property of J. Caulfield
, was remanded for examination before the Hustings Court.
Gabriel, slave of William Greanor
, was charged with stealing a ladies' dress, sack and cloak, valued at fifteen hundred dollars, the property of J. H. Shuman
After an examination of witnesses, the prisoner was remanded for a further hearing.