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and robbery of, Michael Rourke, on Tenth and Cary streets, on Wednesday night. They were committed. Sam, slave of Ann Brook, and Augustus Staples, free negro, were charged with having in their possession one gold watch, the property of Robert F. Kirby, they knowing the same to have been stolen. The negroes were discharged, and Kirby hold to bail in the sum of one thousand dollars upon another, and separate, charge; that of attempting to shoot William J. Eppes with a gun, in a personal diKirby hold to bail in the sum of one thousand dollars upon another, and separate, charge; that of attempting to shoot William J. Eppes with a gun, in a personal difficulty, in the Second Market. Andrew J. Boyd, for breaking a door-plate glass, of the value of one hundred and fifty dollars, in the store door of A. Gipperick, jeweler, corner of Fourteenth and Main streets, was hold in $300 ball to answer before the Grand Jury of the Hustings Court. William Haynes and Thomas Haynes, boys, charged with the theft of a blanket and overcoat, belonging to George Mason, were send on to the Hustings Court. Carey Trabue, boy, charged with stealing a