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ed by one of the police, Gentry had greatly added to his had appearance by copious external applications of croton oil, in order to grade services on the batteries. His case was field for further consideration. A youthful member of Captain Ward's militia company, named J. J. Lewis, was charged with stealing a pair of shoes from a soldier temporarily quartered at the "Soldiers' Home," on Seventh and Cary streets. The complainant not appearing, he was delivered up to his captain. Mary Harris, a free negro, was ordered to be whipped for stealing a silk dress and basquine, the property of J. S. B. Tinsley; Harry, slave of William Sheppard, but supposed to be a runaway, was treated in a similar manner for stealing a basket of corn from a market woman. George B. Wright, charged with buying a lot of peaches in the First Market to sell again, and Pleasant Gentry, charged with purchasing Irish potatoes in the same place for a similar purpose, during interdicted hours, were each