beating his wife by putting the row to the credit of the ups and downs of married life.
He was committed in default of security.--The name of Wm. Shuly was called, to answer for a similar offence, but the matter turned out to have been quietly arranged at the cage by a mutual settlement and a forgiving embrace.--Levi Bendix was ready to swear he did not do any such thing; but another man swore that he did. He was required to give $300 security to treat his wife like a woman in future.--Lomsa Lankford was arraigned for assaulting and beating her husband, William.
It seems that the parties had split relationship informally, and Mrs. L. growing too hard up to pay her rent was distrained upon.
Wm. Lankford bought her furniture and took it to his house.
Hence the row. The statements of each party indicated that, while both were wrong, the "boot was on the other leg." Continued until Monday.--Emma Jane, a slave, was charged with throwing water on a child of Mrs Ellen Faley, and abusing