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Unlawful Trespass. --A man named Wm. Forrest, a member of the Washington artillery, was arraigned before Recorder Caskie yesterday, charged with forcing his way in the house situated on 17th street, opposite the First Market, occupied by Brown, Peasley & Co., and stealing therefrom one pistol and a large sturgeon knife. Wm. Peasley, one of the firm, stated that on yesterday morning, about 2½ o'clock, he was awakened by a negro man who had been stationed in his house to keep watch, and informed that three men had forced their way in and had threatened to kill him if he interfered with them. He (P.) immediately got up and felt under his bed for a pistol which he usually kept there. Finding the weapon gone, he started down to where the men were, unarmed, and upon accosting them with "what they were doing in his house at that hour of the night," had his own pistol, which one of them had taken, cocked and presented at him. Peasley halted at a respectable distance, until he could g
Bound over. --John Jaiser and Charles Welsh were arraigned yesterday before Recorder Caskie, each charged with assaulting the other. The evidence proving plainly Jaiser's guilt, he was bound over to keep the peace for twelve months in the sum of $500. A former recognizance of Jaiser's, in the sum of $300, entered into some time since, was also declared forfeited.
Hustings Court. --The Court met pursuant to adjournment, and was presided over by Recorder Caskie, assisted by a fail bench of Aldermen. A fine of $10 and payment of costs was imposed upon Mary C. Van Lew for permitting her slave Margaret to go at large and hire herself out contrary to law. The application of Aun 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 Octobe