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suspicious characters, were discharged. Lucy Morgan, arrested for beating her husband, was let off, the injured man not making his appearance as a witness. Julia, slave of Mrs. Sally Tally, was ordered 10 lashes for throwing dirty water on Wm. H. Hundly. Jim, slave of Mrs. Mander, was ordered ten lashes for obtaining a dollar from Bernard, a slave, by false pretences. Charles J. Huntington was required to give security for assaulting Thos. F. Wood at the Ballard House. The security was readily given. Wm. Daniel, white, for violently assaulting Polly, slave of Mrs. Bropley, was required to give security, and did it. Ludwig & Hoyer, Luther P. Crow, Lawrence Burns, W. N. Tinsley, and Henry Bowen, were fined for permitting nuisances to exist near their lots. Nicholas Carroll and Dan Sullivan were fined for selling ardent spirits without a license. Frances Kelly, charged with engaging in a riot, gave bail in $300 to appear on the 18th for examination.
Hustings Court. --In accordance with the order of the previous day the case of Robert S. Forde, charged with the murder of Robert E. Dixon, Clerk of the House of Representatives, was taken up in this Court yesterday. Mr. Crump, for the defence, submitted a motion for a continuance of the case until the next term of the Court, on account of the absence of material witnesses. The motion was argued throughout the entire day by Messrs. Crump and Randolph, and Senators Simms and Burnett, of Kentucky, counsel for the defence, and Mr. Daniel, attorney for the Commonwealth. The Court, at a late hour last evening, decided to grant the motion, and the case was accordingly continued to the next term, commencing on the second Monday in June.