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he charge of setting fire to her mistress's house. The case was continued.--Chastain, slave of Francis Fletcher, was arraigned for having in his possession seventy-four pairs of woolen sock, four shirts, five bags and $125, supposed to have been stolen. He was ordered thirty lashes, and the articles detained to await the call of their owner.--John R. Mayfield, a while man, brought from the Columbian Hotel for acting suspiciously, and trying to obtain a ticket for lodging without shelling out the rhino, was discharged, the Mayor thinking the imprisonment he had already undergone sufficient punishment for his offence.--Henry, slave of George D. Harwood, was committed as a runaway.--Lewis, slave of Samuel Hardgrove, was ordered fifteen lashes for getting drunk and straggling about the streets.--Jane Gordon, who said she was free, but could produce no papers to that effect, was discharged on promise to make tracks for home.--Elmira, slave of William Turbit, was committed as a runaway.