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larger amount, ($6,000,) now pending against him. William, slave of S. D. Denoon, and Robert, slave of Sampson Jones, were tried for stealing bacon from the latter. William was ordered 39 lashes, and Robert acquitted. Roberta, slave of S. J. Rutherfoord, was tried for stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel from another darkey, and being found guilty, was ordered 20 lashes. The Grand Jury re-assembled (G. W. Smith foreman,) and indicted the following parties, viz: Peter Lawson and Wm. Lawson, for tumultuously making an affray by beating Emanuel Raymond, in the 3d Market, all the parties being butchers; George Saunderson, for obstructing and resisting Jas R. Crafton and Wm. E. Orange; Watchmen, in the discharge of their duty as such; Frederick Thomas, keeping a disorderly and ill governed house in Henrico county, within a mile of the corporation line; Wm. O'Brien, for attempting to commit the crime of burglary by entering Wm. H. Stewart's house; James Pearson, a