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Mayor's court, Thursday, January 15th --John Riley, charged with getting into the City Railway car while drunk, and smashing up a window, was required to give security for his good behavior.
Thomas, slave of Mary Fox, was committed for trial for steaming $60 in notes, the property of Betle-Morris.
Augustus Cady was examined and sent on to the Hustings Court on a charge preferred by Malinda Summers, that he had stolen from her a gold watch and chain, worth $2. Hs office.
They were each ordered 39 lashes.
John E. McCune was partially examined on the charge of causing Pat Kearney's death by carelessly shooting his musket at some ducks on the basin.--The case was continued.
Hustings Court, Thursday, Jan. 15 --James K. Caskie, Recorder, presiding — Patrick McNemara and William Lee were arraigned for examination on the charge of having, on the night of December 25th, assaulted L Powell, a soldier, near the Old Market House and after knocking him