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ck her in the head with a poker if she advanced towards her. Subsequently, Mrs. Harvey had an interview with her husband, when he positively refused to live with her again.] The Mayor remanded both Mr. Harvie and Miss Lee for examination before the Hustings Court on the charge of desertion and lascivious and lewd association with each other. Henry M. Jones was again present to answer the charge of feloniously obtaining, under false pretences, three thousand six hundred dollars from William B. Cook, for the purchase of a negro, named Jim, sold to him by Jones as his property, when the said negro did not rightfully belong to him. No further progress was made in the examination, and the case was therefore continued for ten days longer. Joseph and Rachel Leinburg, white, charged with stealing three pairs of shoes from Jacob Huffman, were discharged. The shoes were, however, surrendered to Huffman. Julia, slave of Sarah Gamble, charged with using insulting and provoking lan