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were ordered to be licked therefore. John C Chase a young and stout white fellow, was brought up, charged with mistaking Thomas Barham's nag for his own, and using it accordingly. He was sent on to the Hustings Court. Anna, slave of Isaac Jacobs, was arraigned for stealing $3,000 in gold and silver from her master, and Henry, slave of Reuben M. West, was charged with receiving $80 of the stolen funds from Anna, knowing the same to have been stolen from Jacobs. The evidence left no doJacobs. The evidence left no doubt but that the respective charges were correct, and the defendants were committed for trial before the Hustings Court. Pot Sweeny, falling to give $150 security to let Mary Collins alone, was sent to jail. Mary alleged that Pot had beaten her without provocation. Wm. Padgett, a young white fellow, was arraigned for creating a disturbance, at the house of Elizabeth Hubbard, on Cary street — It appeared that he had knocked down a man named Tyson at Hubbard's, because the latter told o