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charged with stealing one chest of clothes valued at $50, from another negro; also, with trespassing upon the premises of Mrs. Rebecca A. Waymack, and using insolent language towards her when ordered off. For the latter offence he was ordered to be whipped and the former, having, been committed beyond the corporate limit, was referred to the county magistrates for adjudication. Reuben, slave of David Tucker, charged with breaking into and entering the storehouse of John Bouncher, and stealing therefrom two hundred dollars' worth of tobacco, pipes, &c. was, for want of sufficient evidence to convict him, discharged. A. J. Wilson and Andrew Nellum were each required to give security for their good behavior, on the charge of severely beating three or four negro slaves. Robert Ashley, a half witted, but terribly had boy, who is up before the Mayor about twice a week, was ordered thirty-nine lashes for stealing a pair of India rubber boots, the property of Wm. T. Trueman.