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Hustings Court, April 15th --Present. Recorder Caskie, Senior Alderman Senxay, Jas Bray, Wm. W. Timberlake, and George N. , Aldermen. Thadeus Scott, free negro, was tried for stealing, on the 2d of April, a pocket book containing $40, belonging to Wm H. Gentry.--He was found guilty, and in accordance with the State law was ordered to be sold into absolute slavery. Louisa Jenkins, free negro, was tried for stealing, on the 1st day of April, from Camille Ridgeley, a valise containing divers articles of the value of $100. The court voted that the case bad not been made out, and discharged the accused. Solomon Green and Thomas Didamus, free negroes, were tried for stealing $64 in bank notes from Captain Edward O'Brien, at the Powhatan House, on the 1st day of April. --The court adjudged them guilty, and determined that, instead of being confined in the Penitentiary, they should be sold into absolute slavery by the City Sergeant. Bill Scott, a free negro, was orde
nd European News.Northern accounts of the battle at Shiloh.Heavy loss Admitted.General Buell mortally wounded.four Federal Generals killed.&c &c &c &c Norfolk, April 15. --Northern dates to the instants have been received here. The Northern journal claim a grist victory They state that Gen. Beauregard's arm was and thed, and missing, and the Confederate loss 35,000 to 40,000. Gen. felt Louts on the 9th for the Tennessee river, to assume command in the field. Mary April 15,--Southern papers received have to-day state that the Federal at was 20,000 including mary field off lied Gen. Buelf was mortally wounded Getter Saharan and blled. Two regiments from Kentucky, and two from have laid down their arms at and returned or light for Lincoln any more. [second Dispatch.] Norfolk, April 15. --In Northern advances received here state that guerrilla was fore is on carried on from Brenteville towards Seward was to leave on the 11th for the
Arrival of the French Minister. --The French frigate General, from Annapolis, having on beard the Present Minister and elites, has succored this evening in one lower harbor. A stammer is now (9 P. M.) having the city to go down and bring him here. It is reported that he visit Richmond to morrow. [second Dispatch.] Norfolk, April 15. --The French frigate came up and anthoren close to the city at 7 o'clock P. M. Count has come on shore. He certainly vista Richmond to-morrow.
The force of Fort Pulaski. Savannah, April 15. --The Force of Fort Pulaski. at Fort Pulaski numbered The Force of Fort Pulaski. --full taken prisoners.