--The following cases were disposed of by the Mayor
John, slave of Turpin
, charged with stealing sundry articles of value belonging to Anna Johnson
, was ordered thirty-nine lashes.
, slave John H. Thompson
, was charged with assaulting and beating George W. Clutter
, a white boy, and was ordered ten lashes.
, charged with receiving a lot of zinc, copper, brass, etc., from some person unknown, had a hearing, and was sent on to the Hustings Court.
, slave of Richard T. Allen
, charged with stealing two bags of flour from some person unknown, was ordered to be whipped.
Sallie Swords was up for stealing clothing from Elizabeth Jeter
, but her case was further continued.
, slave of Susan Jarvis
, charged with burglariously breaking and entering a dwelling, and stealing therefrom a lot of crockery ware
, spoons and cutlery to the value of one hundred dollars, was "set back."
The case of Mary and Harriet, slaves of James M. Talbott
, and Richard, slave of Mary Redmond
, charged with stealing money from James M. Talbott
, was further continued.