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t to jail. Lucy Boasman, Mary Peters, and Lucy Smith, free negroes, and Ellen, slave of Miss. Luvin a Hall, were arraigned for indulging in certain eccentric drolleries in the street, which the police were impolite enough to call disorderly conduct.--The parties were ordered to be whipped. Wm. E. McGrady and Calvin, Whinton, drunk and sleeping on the sidewalk, being soldiers, were, after a night's rest in the cage, sent before the Provost Marshal to be further dealt with. John McDonough and Wm. Brice were arraigned for disturbing the public peace by a fight on Main street McDonough was acquired on a hearing of the evidence, but Brice was committed in default of surety on the charge of assaulting Mrs. Shannon. The case of J. R. McCune, arrested for shooting Pat. Carney a led, was continued. Coots, slave of Wm. P. Taylor; Saler, slave of Miles Cary, and Jim, slave of John B. Noel. arrested by the watch for being without passes, and such ordered ten lashes.