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ge Harvey, a free negro, found in possession of a loaded pistol was ordered 15 lashes. John Patterson, alias Wharton, found by officer Morris drunk, and acting disorderly on the corner of 9th and Main streets, was required to answer that charge; also, the further one of offering the officer a dollar to let him go. The Mayor was inclined to the opinion, from the amount offered as a bribe, that the defendant was joking. For the drunkenness a fine of $1 was imposed. A case against Isaac Jacobs, for unlawfully obtaining, by false pretences, $225 from Lewis Gitter, was dismissed. The Mayor said there might be grounds for a civil action, but no criminal charge could be maintained. Thomas McDonald, charged with feloniously stealing a horse from Joseph Davis, was acquitted, but committed for want of surety for his good behavior. Jos. Disney, Lawrence McDonald, Peter Disney, Pat Jacobs, Jas Brown, Jas. Travis, and Jas Shannon, for engaging in a general row and fighting in