free, living in the city with Amelia papers, was ordered twenty lashes.
Ned Brown, colored, was ordered twenty-five lashes for receiving a quantity of stolen wood.
James Webster, charged with being drunk and stealing a foot-mat from Miss Bell Mitchell, was sentenced to 90 days in the chain gang and committed to jail in default of $200 security.
A large number of colored individuals, charged with creating and being with an unlawful assembly, were admonished and discharged.
J. Hawdy, charged with being drunk and firing a pistol in the streets, was discharged.
Berry Amos, charged with feloniously receiving a horse of the value of $200, stolen from Jefferson Renney, was discharged, the proof being altogether insufficient to prove the offence.
Amos was sent before the Provost Marshal as a probable deserter from the army.
Hustings Court.--This tribunal did no business of public importance yesterday.
A few unlawful detained cases were called and disposed of.