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un Slighton, a free negro woman, emancipated since the year 1805, for permission to remain in this State, and reside in this city, was this day heard and rejected. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of Wm. H. Fry for permitting a nuisance on his premises The applications of B. Lennace and Chas. Everett, for licenses to keep ordinaries in this city, were heard and rejected. Thomas Hugerton and C. Bales were granted licenses to keep ordinaries in this city till the 1st day of May, 1864. The application of Francis Baller, a free negro woman, for permission to remain in the Commonwealth, and reside in this city, was continued till the October term. Martha Hobson, a free negro woman, wife of Hobson, the barber, was recently ordered by the Mayor to receive 20 lashes for failure to pay a fee incurred by her in leaving the State of Virginia and going North, and then returning to this city, contrary to the laws of the Commonwealth. To this decision an appeal was