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im to give $500 security to be of good behavior. A person known as Capt. Frank Livingston was arraigned, charged with blaring a gold watch by false presences frothe Tavern. Mr. Angel. clerk of the Columbian, testified that the negro let Livingston have the watch on the representation that he was going to visit Cindy. Mr. Jte being introduced as a witness on behalf of the Commonwealth testified that Livingston had pawned the watch with him for a loan of $250, and that shortly after it passed into his possession be learned how Livingston came in possession of it, and on the application of the owner he had restored the time-place to him.--The charge och was dismissed; but on failing to give $500 security for his good behavior, Livingston was committed to the city jail. The original charge on which Livingston was Livingston was arrested, viz:--obtaining a uniform coat from E. H. Ivory by false pretences — was not called up. It appeared that, like many others he had only gotten the coat on ti