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as charged with stealing a skirt, a sheet and some clothing, valued at five hundred dollars, belonging to L. Sardine. Sent on to the Hustings Court. Jerry Lynch, charged with stealing pies from Jacob Freeman, striking A. Crowder, and being drunk on the street. Required to give three hundred dollars security to keep the peace, which he gave. J. J. Sullivan, soldier, was charged with interfering with and resisting the police. Sent to the Provost-Marshal. John, slave of Daniel DeJarnette, arrested with three pieces of bacon in his possession. Ordered to be whipped. Peter Lawson, butcher, was charged with selling a beef shin for four pound weight, and it turning out that the same only weighed three pounds and a half, a fine was imposed. Ned, slave of Turpin & Yarbrough, was sent on to the Hustings Court for conniving at and aiding in the escape from her owner of Lucy Ann, slave of A Wolffe. After the disposal of several trivial cases the court adjourned.