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their duties. It was no part of their duty to put themselves out of the way to catch runaway negroes, and in future they shall not be permitted to do so. The following is a summary of the cases which were brought up for a hearing: William Kothe was charged with whipping a negro boy named Allen, slave of James Moore, in such a manner as to cause his death. Messrs. Andrew Jenkins and R. T. Seal testified that having heard late on Saturday evening that a negro boy had been whipped to ntended telling the owner of the boy that if he desired to save the life of his servant, he had better take him away.--, a witness for the defence, stated that the negro died about ten o'clock Friday morning. At nine o'clock he was solicited by Mrs. Kothe to go in to see him; that she believed he had a fit on him, and she was unable to render any assistance. He did so; found him in the stable in an apparently dying state; could not assist him, and left in a few minutes. He knew nothing of the