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Mrs. Roy, a boarder at the above-named hotel. Richard and Washington, slaves, were ordered twenty-five lashes for stealing Government iron. A negro named William Hudson, was ordered twenty-five lashes for stealing whiskey. Two negroes, named Charles and Thomas, were discharged after undergoing examinations for trivial offences. The case which has been pending before the Mayor for some time, against Benjamin Bolton, charged with receiving five bottles of wine, the property of N. Tinsley Pate, knowing it to have been stolen, was sent on to the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court for indictment. Another postponement was made of the examination of Henry Hungerford, arrested some time since on the charge of keeping a faro bank, in violation of law. The difficulty in this case is in obtaining the attendance of an important witness for the Commonwealth, a young man who, it is said, has lost recently about thirty thousand dollars by frequent encounters with "ye tiger."