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sterday, near Port Mayo, by some soldiers, who charged him with stealing one cow, valued at $200, the property of Mrs. Dougherty. A slave, named Joseph, the property of Wm. Hardgrove, was arrested as a participant in the same offence. They were locked up in the lower station house. Dandridge, the property of Robert Oliver, was arrested yesterday by officer Kelly, on the charge of stealing twelve salt fish valued at $8, the property of Michael Wall. A negro man belonging to Mrs. Angelina Lawson, was arrested by officer Moore, upon the charge of feloniously and burglariously breaking into the store of Mr. William A Wright, and stealing a large quantity of sugar, valued at $4,000. Officer Kennedy yesterday took into custody Jane, slave of Wm. Wyatt, charged with stealing one gold chain, one apron, and one pair of earrings, valued at $50, the property of Mary Wolff. Joseph Maria, a white man, was yesterday arrested by officers Perrin and Adams for committing a violent
satisfied she had committed the theft. She was thereupon sent on to the Hustings Court for further trial. A negro boy named Henry, the property of Christopher Bowers, was ordered to be whipped for going about the streets with an improper pass in his possession. Charles Roberts, a mulatto, charged with being a Yankee prisoner, from Ohio, who had escaped from the Libby prison, will be attended to this morning. The examination of Bob, the property of R. Hatche, charged with stealing one trunk and contents, valued at $200, from A. Amacke, was continued till Friday. The examination of Joseph Maria, charged with committing an assault upon officer John D. Perrin, while in the discharge of his duty, was continued till Tuesday next. Noble, slave of Mrs. Angelina Lawson, charged with stealing, some time since, four thousand dollars' worth of sugar from Wm. A. Wright, proprietor of the American Hotel, was discharged for want of evidence connecting him with the theft.
Heavy Robbery. --The store-room of Dr. William S. Morris, on Franklin street, Linden Row, was forcibly entered on Monday night and robbed of three barrels of flour, twenty-nine pieces of bacon, and several other articles of provisions. Subsequently, three barrels of flour and twenty pieces of bacon were found, by officers Jenkins and Griffin, in the kitchen of Dr. James Bolton; whereupon those officers arrested the following negroes, found therein, on the charge of committing the theft: Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson; Primas, slave of Dr. Bolton, and John, slave of Jackson Sleet. They were committed to prison to await examination before the Mayor this morning.
orse, saddle, bridle and halter, valued at three thousand dollars, the property of Benjamin Gilder sleeve. The evidence was of a convincing character against the accused, and the Mayor remanded him for examination before the Hustings Court. James Griffin, arrested upon a warrant charging him with obtaining, under false pretences, a load of straw from a negro driver of N. A. Bowe, was required to give security for his appearance to answer the offence on Monday. Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson, was charged with breaking into the dwelling house of his mistress and stealing therefrom a valuable lot of sheets, table--cloths, ladies' wearing apparel, &c.; but, owing to the absence of witnesses, the case was postponed till Tuesday. [The prisoner is the same negro who was arrested and whipped, a short time since, on the charge of burglariously entering and robbing the dwelling-house of Dr. William S. Morris.] The case of Zeph Ford, charged with stealing fourteen pounds of pow
lot of molasses, fish, flour, preserves, lard and salt, valued at two thousand dollars, stolen from Thomas G. Turner, was continued. The goods were delivered to Mr. Turner, his claim to the same being fully established. Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson, was charged with breaking into the house of Angelina Lawson and stealing therefrom one thousand dollars' worth of ladies' wearing apparel; but the evidence being incomplete, the accused was remanded for a further hearing. Patrick H. RyAngelina Lawson and stealing therefrom one thousand dollars' worth of ladies' wearing apparel; but the evidence being incomplete, the accused was remanded for a further hearing. Patrick H. Ryan was held to security in the sum of three hundred dollars on the charge of shooting at, with intent to kill; Ellen Ryan. Twenty dollars' fine was imposed upon. George Bennett for trading with a slave of General Richardson without the written consent of the owner. Minor negro cases concluded the proceedings of the court.
to procure the attendance of the owner of the negro to prove that he (Jones) was authorized to make sale of the negro. His witness appeared yesterday and testified to the legal right of the accused to sell said negro.] Noble, slave of Angelina Lawson, charged with breaking and entering, in the day time, the dwelling-house of Angelina Lawson and stealing therefrom a lot of sheets, table cloths, and ladies' wearing apparel, valued at one thousand dollars, was ordered to receive thirty-nineAngelina Lawson and stealing therefrom a lot of sheets, table cloths, and ladies' wearing apparel, valued at one thousand dollars, was ordered to receive thirty-nine lashes. Two youths, named Thomas Turpin and John A. Johnson, were up on the charge of stealing one thousand eight hundred dollars in Confederate money, the property of Robert Rowzic. The circumstances of the robbery were not made known yesterday. The Mayor continued the case till the 31st, in order to enforce the attendance of witnesses. Several parties were fined for committing ordinance violations; after which the court adjourned till nine o'clock this morning.